In 2017, Mayor Mike Duggan announced that Detroit would be the first city in the country to completely rebuild a struggling neighborhood. With the help of developers and funders, the Fitzgerald Revitalization Project would turn the northwest Detroit neighborhood from a place with hundreds of vacant properties to a vibrant, blight-free area that could be enjoyed by new and longtime residents alike.
The $12 million to $15 million project called for 115 homes to be renovated, 200 vacant lots to be cleared, a park and greenway to be built, and parts of a nearby commercial strip to be redeveloped. The Kresge Foundation has also pitched in millions of dollars to the Live6 Alliance, a local nonprofit that services the area, and for corridor improvements through the city’s Strategic Neighborhood Fund…Continue Reading or Check Out Our Exclusive, Off-Market Real Estate Investing Opportunities!
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