Model D covers Detroit Future City's journey throughout the years, and credits us for not only being a planning organization with a vision for the future, but an active resource for Detroiters to implement positive changes in their communities.
Read this article on Hour Detroit about DFC's executive Director, Anika Goss-Foster, and her mission to advocate for inclusion and equity for Detroit’s future.
Argonne researchers uses Detroit Future City's ideology surrounding population and land-use as a starting point in a project to evaluate future changes in Detroit’s mobility.
DFC's Director of Land Use and Sustainability, Victoria Olivier, discusses the opportunity to transform vacant land in Detroit into open space assets.
Inside Philanthropy recognizes Detroit Future City as a philanthropic organization that is striving to improve quality of life and sustainability in Detroit. DFC’s Kresge-funded Working With Lots Mini-Grant Program focuses on small development and moving funds into neighborhoods to allow Detroiters to reimagine their own land use, using the Field Guide to Working With Lots.