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001 - Foreword & Executive Summary

001 - Foreword & Executive Summary

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DETROIT STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK PLANDECEMBER 2012
 
 
001003
DETROIT IS...FORWARD
FOREWORD
005
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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HOW THE PLANIS ORGANIZEDTHE PLANNING ELEMENTSIMPLEMENTATION HORIZONSFOR CHANGE
BLUEPRINT FORDETROIT’S FUTUREGUIDE TO THE STRATEGICFRAMEWORK
033091155
THE ECONOMIC GROWTHELEMENTTHE LAND USEELEMENTTHE CITY SYSTEMSELEMENT
THE PLANNING ELEMENTS
203265
THE NEIGHBORHOODELEMENTTHE LAND AND BUILDINGS ASSETSELEMENT
345
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
AFTERWORDCIVIC ENGAGEMENT
317
SUPPORTING LASTING CIVICENGAGEMENT IN DETROIT
 
 
$422M
300K4.7M
UPPERPENINSULAMID-MICHIGAN
ST.CLAIRCOUNTYLIVINGSTONCOUNTYOAKLANDCOUNTYWASHTENAWCOUNTYMONROECOUNTY
WAYNECOUNTY
MACOMBCOUNTY
SOUTHEASTMICHIGAN
WESTERNMICHIGANNORTHERNMICHIGAN
EACH DAY,
$1.7B
IN GOODS
CROSS THE AMBASSADOR BRIDGE
P
eoPle
 
live
 
in
 
southeast
 
michigan
.a
PProximately
700
k
 
live
 
in
 
detroit
2
n
ew
 
jobs
 
are
 
Projected
 
for
 
southeast
 
michigan
 
by
2040
3
 
10
foundations
 
have
 
invested
 
nearly
$422m
in
 
detroit
 
from
 2008-
summer
2011
4
a
nd
25%
of
 
all
 
us
-
canadian
 
trade
 
crosses
 
the
 
bridge
 
each
 
year
1
19M
a
n
 
average
 
of
19
million
 
annual
 
visitors
 
and
 
tourists
 
come
 
to
 
downtown
d
etroit
 
each
 
year
5
 
i
n
1940
detroit
 
was
 
the
4
th
 
largest
 
city
 
in
 
the
 
united
 
states
 
by
 
PoPulation
7
1) Detroit Regional Chamber; 2) US Census 2010; 3) Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG); 4) DWPLTPCivic Engagement Audit; 5) Detroit Economic Growth Corporation; 6) US Census 2010; 7) US Census 1940;
18THLARGEST
18
th
 
largest
 
city
 
in
2010
6
...in the
TOP
20
LARGEST AMERICAN CITIES....HOME TO
714,000
RESIDENTS
who are resilient and already working to change the courseof the city’s prospects....a city of
GLOBAL ECONOMIC ASSETS
, including intermodal border crossings and industrialinfrastructure that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the region....known globally for 
A BRAND OF INNOVATION
in “making things” and growing in reputationfor small-scale models of ingenuity....home of a civic network of
COMMITTED, PROACTIVE COMMUNITY-BASED AND
PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS.
...
A
LAND-RICH ENVIRONMENT
that can accommodate growth and innovation withoutdisplacement....poised to reposition itself as
MICHIGAN’S LEADING URBAN CENTER
once again, if there is a
coordinated regional urban agenda that enables more mutually benecial relationships with the
region, state, and nation.
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