10 Detroit neighborhood developments to watch

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Rendering of a grocery store in Jefferson Chalmers | City of Detroit

During Detroit’s recent development boom, most projects have undoubtedly taken place in downtown or Midtown. But in the last few years, development has slowly been making its way into the neighborhoods.

This map includes notable projects either underway or in the works outside of the 7.2-square-mile urban core. And there’s much more worth nothing than just these 10.

There are a few major developments not included, such as Ford’s redevelopment of Michigan Central Station and the new FCA plant—these will have major impacts not only in their respective neighborhoods, but the city itself.

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Note: Projects are listed geographically from west to east.