This could be huge, folks. And if Bill Ford gets his way, it will be.
The neighbors turned to the Ivy League because they had nothing to lose.
Taking the Neighborhoods to a New Level
Detroit updated and strengthened its rental ordinance last year, after letting it largely go unenforced for years.
Castañeda-Lopez supported the first proposal, which did not pass.
The discussion is expected to be long, heated and spill over into next year.
I will cautiously say it’s limited. There are far more neighborhoods that are declining than are gentrifying.
When traveling out of state, people from Michigan often are asked, “Hey, how’s Detroit doing?”
The Factory – a recently refurbished industrial complex with a rich 110-year history
It’s not just Detroit. Access to broadband increasingly is both a rural and urban problem.