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The Hamilton, formerly Milner Arms

Why the redevelopment of a Midtown apartment building is a crucial test case for inclusive housing

When the Milner Arms apartment building was purchased by real estate developer Broder & Sachse, many of the senior and low-income residents worried they'd be evicted. But when the building reopens later this year, almost all are expected to return.

Audience member asks a question at a Live6 speakeasy event

With democratic budgeting, Live6 takes a nontraditional approach to community engagement

After more than a year of outreach and meetings with local stakeholders, the Live6 Alliance held a community vote on how best to spend $40,000 in public safety grant funding. 

St. Rita Apartments

Roses for Rita: A brief history of a long vacancy in the North End

The St. Rita apartments, a historic 100-year-old building that's been vacant since the early 2000s, will be renovated into 26 units for low-income residents. But what took so long?

Zlatan Sadikovic

Detroit's next hot commercial corridor: Will Jos Campau make Hamtramck a boom town once again?

Jos. Campau was once the second most popular shopping destination in metro Detroit. While it recently had fallen into a bit of a malaise, an influx of new businesses has the corridor on the verge of a breakthrough. 

Roger Robinson

Reconnecting with their roots: The past, present, and future of Jewish life in the North End

The North End was once a vibrant hub of Jewish life until most of its population followed the path of others during the era of "white flight." Now, some younger Jews are reconnecting with their roots in the neighborhood. 
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