‘Motors, mortgages and pizzas:’ Here’s why Detroit is on a rebound – CNN

Updated 5:32 PM ET, Sun July 28, 2019

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Detroit (CNN)Six years after Detroit filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history, the Motor City is roaring back to life.

The People Mover, an above-ground transit system built in the the late 1980s, circles downtown Detroit as construction crews work on Hudon's site, a mix-used development. It is planned to be the tallest building in Michigan's history.The People Mover, an above-ground transit system built in the the late 1980s, circles downtown Detroit as construction crews work on Hudon's site, a mix-used development. It is planned to be the tallest building in Michigan's history.
    Crystal Daniels and her 3-year-old daughter, Mikayla Daniels, gaze out at passing cars while hanging out on their front porch with Crystal's father, Wayne Daniels, on the city's west side. Wayne has lived in the neighborhood for over 30 years.Crystal Daniels and her 3-year-old daughter, Mikayla Daniels, gaze out at passing cars while hanging out on their front porch with Crystal's father, Wayne Daniels, on the city's west side. Wayne has lived in the neighborhood for over 30 years.
        Roslyn Karamoko is the owner and founder of Detroit is the New Black. The downtown space also houses merchandise from other artists, entrepreneurs and fashion designers of color.Roslyn Karamoko is the owner and founder of Detroit is the New Black. The downtown space also houses merchandise from other artists, entrepreneurs and fashion designers of color.
          People dine at Selden Standard, an upscale restaurant in Midtown, also known by natives as Cass Corridor. The building was once an abandoned laundromat.People dine at Selden Standard, an upscale restaurant in Midtown, also known by natives as Cass Corridor. The building was once an abandoned laundromat.
            Luther Keith, the executive director of the non-profit Arise Detroit,  stands on an empty lot where his childhood home once stood. The home is said by neighbors to have burned down in the '90s.Luther Keith, the executive director of the non-profit Arise Detroit,  stands on an empty lot where his childhood home once stood. The home is said by neighbors to have burned down in the '90s.

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