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David Alade, left, and Steven Harris, right, on the steps of a building newly purchased by Harris

A new beginning for the North End

The North End has seen terrible times, as residents and community members attest. But thanks to the efforts of developers, artists, and others with a vision, the narrative is shifting. 

HopCat Detroit

HopCat: the 'anti-chain chain'

What started as a hobby has become big business for HopCat owner Mark Sellers.

Chinatown kiosk at Peterborough and Cass

The yin and yang of Detroit's fastest changing neighborhood

For the first article in our series on walking as a means of neighborhood discovery, Walter Wasacz heads to Chinatown, a place where booming economic activity confronts history. 

Carla Hamilton

How affordable artist housing can help cultural communities celebrate themselves

Since Artspace developed its first project, the Northern Warehouse Artists Cooperative in 1990 in the Lowertown area of downtown St. Paul, the organization has created 40 additional art spaces across the country.

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.
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