$20M redevelopment plan in Midtown Detroit hopes to create a tech corridor

Sep.September 01, 2017 04:05 PM
With a $20 million mixed-use project coming to Selden Street, the nonprofit development organization leading the area’s rebuilding efforts hopes to bring entrepreneurs into a new tech corridor. The Selden Corridor Initiative, run by Midtown Detroit, Inc., plans to build a bar/arcade, a public outdoor workspace, and eco-friendly homes. “Once complete, this will be a place for all people — entrepreneurs, women, people of color — to build skills,” Marcia Ventura, senior VP of Invest Detroit, said. [Crain’s Detroit Business]

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