Building an urban ‘renaissance’: fragmented services and the production of inequality in Greater Downtown Detroit

@inproceedings{Doucet2016BuildingAU,
  title={Building an urban ‘renaissance’: fragmented services and the production of inequality in Greater Downtown Detroit},
  author={Brian Doucet and Edske Smit},
  booktitle={Journal of housing and the built environment : HBE},
  year={2016}
}
Downtown Detroit has been undergoing a renaissance in recent years which is in stark contrast to the economic and social situation in much of the rest of the city. This renaissance has been taking place despite the city's ability to provide good municipal services such as streetlights, security, public space and transport. This article focuses on how four… CONTINUE READING