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Despite a slow and steady population loss, Detroit is attracting new residents and welcoming back wayward sons and daughters. The lure of cheap real estate is part of it, but many speak also of possibility, potential and room for creativity. And cheap real estate.


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Detroit style: How some of Detroit's fashion-makers define their city's aesthetic

With the opening of several international-brand retail stores and news of the redevelopment of the Hudson's site, Detroit's fashion scene is once again in the spotlight. But as Muna Danish discovered, brands are much less important than style in Detroit. 


A region of opportunity: How Metro Detroit is helping its immigrant population succeed

In the second installment of our series on solutions to regional issues, we explore how cities and community groups are helping Metro Detroit's immigrants overcome the many challenges they face when coming to America. 

The corner of the Bagley Trumbull Market, future location of a sushi restaraunt

Unpacking the formula for success in Detroit's oldest neighborhood

Small business development in Corktown has grown tremendously over the past decade. So much so that it's worth looking to as a model for other Detroit neighborhoods angling for revitalization.


Seeking a "missing middle" in Metro Detroit's housing market

Even as demographics shift and preferences change, most Metro Detroit developers are sticking with a familiar playbook of detached single family homes. But a few intrepid builders are testing the waters with "missing middle" housing.

Sarah Pappas of Fresh Cut Detroit

Foraging for flowers with Fresh Cut Detroit

Model D followed Sarah Pappas, owner of Fresh Cut Detroit, during one of her flower foraging excursions and learned a great deal about Detroit's unique and varied collection of wild flora.
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