What Should We Do With a Semi-Abandoned U.S. City? » INFRASTRUCTURIST

We’ve never had a situation quite like Detroit in modern American history: A major U.S. city — once the fourth largest in the country — losing over half of its population in a few decades, following the collapse of its principal industry. Just how bad has it gotten? Unemployment in the city has hit 27%, and houses are selling for an average of $15,000.

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Tom Cornyn

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One thought on “What Should We Do With a Semi-Abandoned U.S. City? » INFRASTRUCTURIST”

  1. Urban farming & industrial ag sound like an excellent idea ~ but for residential purposes, a low cost of living means a low quality of life, re public services/infrastructure, etc…

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