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Redevelopment


What's old is new again…and brownfield and historic preservation tax credits available to careful and diligent developers mean that old is more than just aesthetically pleasing, it's economically viable. Add in the inherent sustainability of reuse, and the triple-bottom-line survey says: redevelopment is the way to go.

Redevelopment Features

Teacher Tamika Nicks in one of Winston Head Start's updated classrooms

The importance of facility quality in early education

Research shows that attention to facility quality and thoughtful classroom design can pave the way to a better educational outcome, augment programming quality, and change the landscape of early childhood education in Detroit.

Kenyetta Campbell outside of the Cody Rouge Action Alliance's office space in Don Bosco Hall

A bottom-up approach: Cody Rouge residents develop big plans for their neighborhood

Cody Rouge on Detroit's west side has suffered from blight and depopulation in the last decade plus. But residents, along with several powerful foundations and corporate partners, have developed an ambitious plan to bring the neighborhood back.

Ezekiel Harris, executive director of MACC Development

A common space: Mack Corridor plan takes a community-centered approach to revitalization

MACC Development is the process of transforming the lobby of a former furniture warehouse into a community space called The Commons. That's part of its broad vision for the corridor involving the whole community. 

Detroit 1967 cover

'Detroit 1967' excerpt: It can happen here

In an essay from the new anthology "Detroit 1967," Desiree Cooper writes about the complicated feelings surrounding Detroit's revival, and how we need to make sure it's rising for everyone. 

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.
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