In her latest article, Ingrid Jacques of the Detroit News talks the need to grow Detroit's neighborhoods and mentions Detroit Future City's "Growing Detroit's African-American Middle-Class."
Industrial Districts: Rethinking Strategies for Adaptive Reuse Detroit has nearly 900 vacant industrial buildings and sites scattered throughout its extensive network of industrial districts. Innovative strategies will be needed to put these properties back into productive use in ways that promote equitable redevelopment in Detroit’s neighborhoods. In this report, Detroit Future City examines a range […]
Stephen Henderson of WDET talks with Detroit Future City executive director, Anika Goss, about the current realities of living, raising families and opening businesses in the city of Detroit.
Detroit resident Wendy Edwards shares her life story and how she and the rest of the Mohican Regent Resident Association are using their 2019 Working with Lots grant. Detroit Future City's Community Partnerships Manager, Shari Williams, also shares the benefits of transforming vacant lots in Detroit.
In an interview with Crain's Detroit Business, Detroit Future City's "Growing Detroit's African-American Middle-Class" report is mentioned in a Crain's Detroit Business interview with author and filmmaker Bridgett Davis.
During a WDET interview, Rachel Smith-Alternative references Detroit Future City's Working with Lots program as part of the Alternative Foundation's timeline for redeveloping the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood.