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Neighborhood Innovation

Neighborhood Innovation Features

North End developers Steven Harris of Rebound Construction and David Alade of Century Partners

Detroit's equitable developers share strategies for making the city both prosperous and just

A number of companies, organizations, and professionals are eschewing a market-driven approach to development. Instead, they're thinking intentionally about the work.

Cummings and Knoer in front of their office window in the Fisher Building looking down East Grand Boulevard

A neighborhood perspective: How The Platform is thinking differently about Detroit development

The Platform has a slightly unconventional philosophy in Detroit's current development scene: inclusivity. That means, primarily, respecting the character and residents of the neighborhoods the company develops in.

Shamayim "Mama Shu" Harris, founder of Avalon Village

Building a village: Highland Park's residents take action to rebuild their city

Whether it's offering a safe space for children to do their homework or lighting up the city that had its lights repossessed, some residents of Highland Park are coming up with innovative solutions to their community's problems.

Gathering at Detroit Sip for an installment of Speakeasy

Live6 community dialogue series, Speakeasy, to continue through end of 2017

The Live6 community is working out a number of issues through its monthly Speakeasy dialogue series. Each event is held at a local establishment and focused on an important local issue.

Some projects developed by students

Detroit youth harness science to create homegrown solutions to neighborhood problems

Thanks to mentorship from several forward-thinking organizations from around the city, a small but growing population of students are ready to tackle the problems of today and tomorrow through the power of science.
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