Public Feedback Session: Detroit City of Design Initative

July 19th
6-8pm
Earlier this year, Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3) launched a process to develop the vision, values and economic development strategy for the Detroit City of Design initiative. Our consultant teams, The Work Department and Urbane Development, have been working with residents, designers, industry experts and community stakeholders to better understand the opportunities and challenges that the initiative should tackle as we look at the ways that design can lead to a more equitable and sustainable city.

In this event, Urbane will be reporting its findings from the first several months of research and facilitating activities to solicit your feedback.
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Add to Calendar 07 19 2017 America/Detroit Public Feedback Session: Detroit City of Design Initative Earlier this year, Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3) launched a process to develop the vision, values and economic development strategy for the Detroit City of Design initiative. Our consultant teams, The Work Department and Urbane Development, have been working with residents, designers, industry experts and community stakeholders to better understand the opportunities and challenges that the initiative should tackle as we look at the ways that design can lead to a more equitable and sustainable city.

In this event, Urbane will be reporting its findings from the first several months of research and facilitating activities to solicit your feedback.
1400 Oakman Boulevard, Detroit, Michigan 48238 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
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Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: FREE
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Free, lighted and secured parking is located on Oakman Boulevard, directly across the street from the Focus: HOPE Center for Advanced Technologies.
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