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Midtown is the city's cultural hub -- with some of the best galleries and museums. It also boasts a vibrant blend of housing -- historical and new construction, affordable and luxurious, townhouses and lofts. The neighborhood has great restaurants, shops, nightlife, plus Wayne State University and College for Creative Studies.

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Alexandrine List

To understand change in Midtown Detroit, look to Alexandrine Street

More than $40 million is being invested in the renovation of buildings -- big and small -- along the three blocks of West Alexandrine between Woodward Avenue and Third Street. It's here where some of the city's newest marquee business have set up shop and where the changing face of Midtown Detroit is most acutely visible.

Chefs List

How four young chefs ignited Detroit's restaurant renaissance

In three short years, four young chefs have gone from "almost famous" to big-time celebrities in the local and national culinary scenes.

Dilla List

Dilla Youth Day to celebrate legendary producer, empower local kids on Feb. 8 at Wright Museum

Dilla Youth Day, A celebration of legendary Detroit producer J Dilla and a workshop for local kids interested in music, will take place Feb. 8, 1-8 p.m. at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.

Facade list

Businesses put best face forward with help of local fašade improvement programs

A building's visual order can have an inordinate impact on a community, which is why a number of area community development organizations have used façade improvement programs to battle blight and spur neighborhood economic development.

Pryors List

Detroit's first family of the arts: Dell and Sharon Pryor

Tulani Rose and the Dell Pryor Gallery are anchors of the corner of Willis Street and Cass Avenue in Midtown. These institutions are the creations of the mother-daughter team of Dell and Sharon Pryor, Detroit's first family of the arts.
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