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Woodward Avenue

Woodward Avenune
Woodward Avenune
Woodward Avenue, or M-1, is the region's "Main Street," stretching from the Detroit River out deep into the suburbs. The Woodward corridor will play an enormously important role in the city's future, especially as the new M-1 Rail project heats up.

Woodward Avenue Features

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.  

Opinion: Inspired DSO sets diverse course for the future

We were recently invited to sit in on the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's annual meeting. It was a terrific event, filled with news of Midtown community love and artistic and financial growth for the organization. President and CEO Anne Parsons shares her remarks. 

UIX: Kurt Spieles and Spielhaus Toys

Kurt Spieles is the owner of Spielhaus Toys, a 2013 Hatch Detroit finalist now popping up on Woodward through the holidays with sights set on a permanent location in the future. Amy Kuras shows us why the retail spot is meant for kids of all ages.

Gazelles Roam Creative Corridor

In the last few years, there has been a visible influx of creatively based, high growth businesses opening in, moving to or setting up an office in the greater downtown Detroit area. Jon Zemke tracks the exciting progress in this special report.

Q&A: Matthew Clayson of Detroit Creative Corridor Center

He knows as much about fast companies and creative talent as anyone in town, so Jon Zemke gave Matt Clayson a call for a quick Q&A about "Gazelles" jumping into the local entrepreneurial landscape. Take it away, guys.
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