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Midtown is one of the fastest developing areas in Detroit with many opportunities for rehabilitation, restoration and new construction.
Midtown Detroit, Inc. is a unique combination of two distinct areas, one as Detroit’s cultural, medical and educational center and the other a high-rise business center. The first area is the Midtown Detroit area, which is two square miles bounded by the Ford Freeway on the north, the Fisher Freeway on the south, the Lodge Freeway on the west, and Chrysler Freeway on the east. The second area is the New Center area, which is 1.7 square miles just west of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and Grand Boulevard, and is approximately bounded by Virginia Park Historic District on the north, the Ford Freeway on the south, John R. on the east, and the Lodge Freeway, including the Henry Ford Hospital campus, on the west. The greater Midtown Detroit area is just north of Detroit’s Central Business District and extends north to the next city of Highland Park.
Midtown’s many cultural, educational, medical and service institutions include Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Public Library, C. H. Wright Museum of African American History, Wayne State University, College for Creative Studies, Detroit Medical Center, Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall, Henry Ford Health Services, TechTown, and Masonic Temple, to name just a few. Midtown also has a growing residential base within its many historic neighborhoods.
Midtown is one of the fastest developing areas in Detroit with many opportunities for rehabilitation, restoration and new construction. Midtown Detroit, Inc. (MDI) would be happy to assist you with your development project. For more information about our organization, please visit our Who We Are page or visit our Contact page and fill out our questionnaire form.