Co-hosted by City Institute and the Detroit Civic Commons team, this Civic Commons Learning Journey explored public spaces and civic infrastructure work underway across Detroit. In conversations with more than two dozen community leaders from downtown to the neighborhoods of Fitzgerald, Livernois-McNichols, the Near Eastside and the North End, network members experienced first hand the catalytic potential of public space to drive an inclusive recovery and resilience.
READ INTENTIONALITY MATTERS: 4 INSIGHTS FROM CATALYTIC PUBLIC SPACE WORK IN DETROIT
VIEW ALEXA BUSH’S PRESENTATION: CIVIC INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT IN FITZGERALD
EXPLORE THE STRATEGIC NEIGHBORHOOD FUND 2.0
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Image credit: City Institute, Nadir Ali, Tatiana Freeman, Amanda Miller Amankona, Jason Su