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These 7 Stock Photos Of Abandoned Detroit Aren't True Anymore

Detroit is a city of change right now. It is changing by the year, by the month, and sometimes by the day, and in many ways. While doing some research for another piece, we came across a number of stock pictures that we realized right away weren’t accurate anymore. The photo on the top or left is the old stock photo we licensed to use. To the right or bottom is a photo we shot on Friday, February 25, 2017. It’s important to note that by their nature stock photo libraries are mostly downtow...

Detroit's Historic East Side Jefferson-Chalmers Neighborhood Gets National Treasure Status

Today was a good day in the Jefferson-Chalmers neighborhood of Detroit. The east side neighborhood, situated just before the Grosse Pointe Border, the Detroit river, and Jefferson Avenue, was named one of the United States National Treasures from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This is the first National Treasure site in Detroit and in the state of Michigan. It is also the first time that an entire neighborhood has been given this status. The National Trust has also announced a...

5 Very Real Reasons Many Detroit Residents Aren’t Feeling The City's Comeback

Detroit’s resurgence is an incredible story. Hopefully, we can make sure everyone plays a part in it. There has been momentous progress, especially in the decade since the Superbowl came to town, but outside of signature developments and some truly impressive projects, most of the city hasn’t felt the comeback. A recent J.P. Morgan Chase study outlined the challenges, but frankly, it’s TL;DR (too long, didn’t read) for most folks. So we dived in and brought out the highlights. Here are fiv...

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