Crain's: Everything You Need To Know About the Detroit Riverfront
In 10 years, an area along the Detroit River that was largely industrial has turned into a series of public spaces and private investments. It’s an effort that has set the stage for $1.3 billion in investment over 10 years, according to an analysis by Crain's Detroit Business.
The stories in "Living in the D," a special supplement to Crain’s, take a look at the river’s path from wasteland to parkland, and the businesses and investments that have gone along with that. In the photos, stories and maps, you’ll find the Detroit River’s stores and the expectations for the near future.
It’s a story of reinvention and reinvestment by the entire region, suitable of the headline Crain's created, "Detroit’s Riverfront Revival."