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On the surface that's kind cool and then you have to wonder just where did all the industry go that once thrived there and made our nation great?
A nation that doesn't build or maintain its industry is a nation that survives at the mercy of those that do have the industry and build things.
Nothing wrong with reclaiming wasted building just not at the cost of losing its ability to create,build and manufacture its industry,creat real jobs and maintain its own inferstructure.
Within 20 years we will be like some third world country unable to fix a road or a bridge, but hey enjoy that really cool hipster pad!
It's north of downtown along the Woodward corridor, south of the "New Center area," and Highland Park. Still not completely safe, but thanks to help from the Wayne State University police, it has made quite a turnaround. No where near as much crime as many of Detroit's other neighborhoods.
They are talking about the gay neighborhoods nowadays. Smart and money wise gay house flippers throw in some clean landscaping, granite countertops, and call it an up and coming neighborhood and they start selling like hotcakes. It's really a good thing for the economy.
They can have it. I don't care how Democratic you are, a bad neighborhood is a bad neighborhood. I'll swing by for the high end restaraunts once in a while, but I'm outa there before the shootings, home invasion, car burglaries etc..start.