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Compared To Other Cities, Is Detroit's Land Area Really As Massive As People Think It Is?

A reader forwarded us an interesting post from UrbanLand about Detroit’s revitalization, and the importance of adaptive reuse. Although it focuses a lot on Corktown, it’s also one of the areas that their premise concept – adaptive reuse – has been very evident. It’s a long piece, but a factoid stood out: “In terms of land mass, Detroit is a small city; of the 24 U.S. municipalities with at least 600,000 residents, Detroit is the fourth smallest, at 139 square miles (360 sq km).” There has...

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