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Core City reclaims pieces of Detroit’s history to create an urban woodland.
By Ujijji Davis, ASLA
“Ideas don’t land—they emerge,” Julie Bargmann, ASLA, began. On the corner of Grand River and Warren Avenues in Detroit’s Core City stands a cluster of renovated postindustrial buildings, rising starkly amid the remnants of a long-quieted commercial corridor. Continue reading To The Core