January 25, 2016

MPA is one of only seven architecture and planning firms selected to make presentations for new development at the Detroit East Riverfront

Panel set to hear from potential riverfront planners. “The riverfront district has become an economic engine for the city,” said Mark Wallace, CEO of the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy. “We expect to see thousands of new jobs created over the next five years and a significant new tax base that will support the work of the city. But as we do this work, we need to make sure the riverfront still represents the diversity that makes Detroit great”, he said.

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