Down but Not Out in Detroit

Ali, Ambreen
November 2013
PM Network;Nov2013, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses why some organizations and project managers regard the bankruptcy of Detroit, Michigan as a sign of hope for the city. Bankruptcy, accompanied by restructuring of city government and services, is an opportunity to streamline and expedite the pipeline for future projects, according to the author. Roxbury Group is developing real estate in the city and started renovation of a historic building for Starwood Hotels. INSET: ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GROW!.


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