Tag Archives: Cass Corridor

Let’s Get Real: It’s Our Money

Watching construction workers appear before Detroit City Council, one after another, to advocate for the rezoning of the new Olympia arena development, I worried that it might actually happen. As a former mason tender, I empathize: a few years of … Continue reading

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How to Say Cass Corridor

A Question of  Neighborhoods About a year ago, I took part in Discover. Engage. Transform., a program created by Leadership Detroit. One of the events on the docket was a bus tour of the city, and for the most part … Continue reading

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Is the future in an alley?

The alleyway behind my building is not especially clean, nor especially safe. It is, however, well used. Garbage trucks, stray cats, cars, delivery vans, utility workers, and fellow pedestrian denizens of the Cass Corridor all make their way through it … Continue reading

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