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University Commons - Palmer Park

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The University Commons-Palmer Park area is located in northwest Detroit and is home to some of Detroit's premier neighborhoods, including Palmer Woods, Sherwood Forrest, University District and Green Acres. It also boasts established Detroit institutions like Palmer Park, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit Golf Club, Marygrove College, Bakers Keyboard lounge, LaDolce Vita and Menjo's.

University Commons - Palmer Park Features

Designing with Detroiters: DCDC turns 20

To celebrate Detroit Collaborative Design Center's 20th anniversary, Francis Grunow sat down with DCDC staff to discuss the Center's legacy of facilitating participatory design in the city.

Model D TV: New signage lights up Avenue of Fashion

This neighborhood retail initiative led by the Detroit Lions and Hatch Detroit brings our video team back again to the upper Livernois commercial district for the final installment of this series of Model D TV. Shot and produced by DETROIT LIVES! 

Urban dwellers: Detroit attracting city lovers with adventurous spirit

They're coming from New York and from the suburbs to live in a great city at a transitional time in its history. Call them empty nesters or just call them people of good taste finding the lifestyle they seek in Detroit. Dennis Archambault talks to three recent transplants. 

UIX: Detroit Collaborative Design Center

The Detroit Collaborative Design Center celebrates 20 years of architectural vision and execution Feb. 5 at the Main Branch of  the Detroit Public Library in the Cultural Center. More info and RSVP here

Palmer Park's turnaround and neighborhood revival

Great things are happening in Palmer Park, the historic, 296-acre greenspace and adjacent apartment district, which features a jaw-dropping collection of buildings built between 1925 and 1965. Matthew Piper surveys the past, present and future plans for the neighborhood.  
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