Toni Griffin

Detroit Future City

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Project director for the team that wrote the Detroit Future City plan, and professor at the Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York

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Detroit is a shrinking city, with just 700,000 residents in a place designed for two million.  Many who still live there want to leave.

Detroit: End of the American Dream or Hope of the Future?

Detroit is a shrinking city, with just 700,000 residents in a place designed for two million.  Many who still live there want to leave.

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