A decade ago, nearly 100,000 houses in Detroit went into foreclosure. Providing quality housing for all income levels is essential for the future of Detroit. This article highlights Detroit Future City and Anika Goss-Foster’s work and vision around rebalancing Detroit’s housing market.
Mose Primus, a DFC Field Guide Mini-Grantee, has transformed land in Yorkshire Woods into a beautiful community space including a rain garden, entitled "Yorkshire in Bloom"!
In this excerpt from “The Empty House Next Door,” author Alan Mallach credits Detroit Future City’s Field Guide to Working With Lots as an invaluable resource for community organizations and activists in any city in the United St
In this video, Chuck Stokes takes a look back inside this year’s Mackinac Policy Conference with Anika Goss-Foster as she discusses keeping Detroiters engaged and implementing the DFC Strategic Plan.
Nancy Kaffer covers what it means to be civil, a theme this year at Mackinac Policy Conference, and gets Anika Goss Foster's take on the issue.
Vacant lots and abandoned buildings have reached an “epidemic level" in cities like Detroit and Cleveland. This article references DFC reports for data, and gives credit to our Field Guide Program as a positive source to help combat the issue.