It's a census year, Detroit. The 2020 Census count has officially begun, and we're here to clear the air about what the Census is, and why it's essential to acquire an accurate count.
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WHAT IS THE 2020 CENSUS?
The Mustang Mach-E: Innovation in Electrification Coming Out of Detroit’s Corktown
When Ford Motor Company purchased Michigan Central Station in 2018 in Corktown, Detroit, the landmark had been vacant for years. Billionaire Matty Moroun’s company Controlled Terminals Inc. owned the station since 1992, promising restoration plans that never transpired. The station decayed over time from years
Detroit is no stranger to outdoor activities. You have the thousand-strong Slow Rolls that draw visitors from around the globe — and your fair share of 5K's and running events. But, the city also has a flourishing skate culture with a slew of skate parks,
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It all started with takeout. One day, after months of picking up orders, we learned that our favorite downtown Ferndale restaurant delivers. Except not to us. Grubhub was telling us that our Detroit pad, about a mile away, was out of delivery range. So we
As one of our most anticipated city-changing projects, we want to take a moment to reflect on how the East Riverfront Framework Plan will impact the city. McIntosh Poris Associates has been working on urban design framework in the city of Detroit since the late 90s and
Before taking the position as Dean of the USC School of Architecture, Milton S.F. Curry taught at University of Michigan, during which time he co-created Michigan Architecture Prep, a program designed to prepare Detroit Public School students for careers in architecture. Many of those students continued