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NATIONAL THEATER

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Now an elegant bed and breakfast this former 19th Century mansion, The Inn at 97 Winder, in Detroit's south Brush Park is emblematic of the promising transformations taking place in a neighborhood that once seemed hopelessly doomed.
Heard on the Forum
  A selection of quality topics from the current DetroitYES forums Started by:
New Red Wings Arena behind Fox Closer to Reality?
The great Hockey Arena shell game continues...
Wilus1mj
Hamtramck... A Touch of the Whole World in America
Let's talk about the Detroit's edgy enclave.
Detroitej72
Lakes Area population Absolutely Ridiculous
Sprawl deflates Detroit's lake district's charm
Johnlodge
Jewish Northwest Detroit
Historical movement of Detroit's Jewish community discussed
Crawford
When did your family leave Detroit?
A thread in answer to last week's "When did your family come to Detroit"
Paulmcall
New Carrier at City Airport
Will City Airport rise again with Detroit?
Lvnthed
New port authority building?
River walk addition
Sc00by9999
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Featured Site: North Brush Park



THE WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE RESIDENCE ON ELLIOT IN NORTH BRUSH PARK, AKA "SLUMPY" BY DETROITYES FORUM MEMBERS

Brush Park originally was the site of 19th Century 'gilded age' mansions.  When the city grew rapidly in the first decades of the 20th Century the mansions were carved up into rooming houses, often with wings added to their rears.  By the late 20th Century Brush Park was an area of abandoned structures, overgrown by vegetation and infamous for open drug transactions and prostitution.    At the turn of the 21st Century, spurred the the redevelopment of downtown the nearby new Detroit Tigers baseball park, a rapid redevelopment of south Brush Park, led by Crosswinds Development, filled a hidden demand for livable downtown residences.  That success is now fueling the redevelopment of the north Brush Park where several ruined residences offer exciting opportunities.

Brush Park Village North Groundbreaking set for April 16th Thejesus

Looks like Slumpy has Lost its Face Gargoyle


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Under the Radar Detroit
   Detroit is a city of hidden islands of creativity. These are a few:  
1 Save the Date: DetroitYES Forum Picnic
The spirit of ItsJeff Lives On -Sunday May 27 - Belle Isle
Kathleen
Free Modati / Reform Clothes Party!
Ann Arbor based clothing company opens up store front and gallery, April 14
ThunderChild
1 Creative Improvised Music in Detroit
Hot Jazz at Mocad, May 1
Defendbrooklyn
WUMD Program Release PARTY at McNarney's
Local bands jam it out at McNarney's, April 12
Traxua
1 Save the Date: 21 April, Cass Park Clean-up
Sat, April 21
Bumble
DEMF partial lineup announced
Paxahau assembles a fabulous lineup for Memorial Day electronic music festival
Fjw718

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Newsletter 10

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