Detroit: An Economy With Deep Challenges and Signs of Promise

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A City of Old, Charming Homes

 

Despite the economic troubles of Detroit, the city has several neighborhoods with elegant homes. One such example is the home once owned by Berry Gordy, the founder of the legendary Motown record label.

(Photo: John Collins/Chasephotog)

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