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Neighborhoods of Detroit


YoungProfDetroit

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It depends on which direction the economy goes when it turns around. I think mass transit will instill a sense of retail confidence that isn't so bias against Detroit consumers...which, in turn will strengthen the neighborhoods both for the people who already live here as well as newcomers to the central city.

As long as we play along with the national trend of city building, I think most of the "normal" neighborhoods will be ok. However, if we as a region fail to recognize that the past 50 years has been destructive, and we continue to brag about how right it is, then I think Detroit will continue to fight an uphill battle.

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