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The Economic & Fiscal Impacts of Rock Ventures and the Family of Companies on the City of Detroit and the State of Michigan Open Access Deposited

This analysis focuses on the economic and fiscal impacts of walkable urbanism in redeveloping Downtown Detroit on the State of Michigan and the City of Detroit. These economic and fiscal impacts include “agglomeration effects,” which is the growth due to (1) business and market efficiencies and (2) the opportunities experienced by companies when they co-locate in higher density, walkable urban places.

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