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How could Michigan Central best honor neighborhood history and support the culture and legacy of local residents?

Encourage rent control for existing residents . Support historic building associations. Preserve all historic structures. Make new condos adhere to better aesthetic standards. No big parking structures.... Read more...

Ford's announced plans have somehow avoided mentioning the long-empty space UNDER the 1914 Michigan Central Station (MCS) Viaduct. Eighteen tracks wide, and almost two city blocks long, this is Detroit's... Read more...

Thank you for these great suggestions, Nick, we’ll share them with our planning teams. We agree on the importance of reaching out to neighbors to get everyone's input - we hope you will encourage your... Read more...

Thanks for sharing your knowledge, Peter. Yes, we are exploring the potential to reuse the old ‘train shed’ space beneath the rail platform to support the future uses of MCS. There’s a brief mention of... Read more...

Here's a fascinating excerpt from Ford's December 2020 "Creating Tomorrow Together" Neighborhood Newsletter (copy-and-paste the alpha-numeric link, below). Ford was apparently looking forward to adaptively... Read more...

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