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homes and building 125 new town-
houses on Woodward Avenue in the
once-wealthy Brush Park district, a
40-acre area north of the Detroit
Tigers' Comerica Park.
"Keeping the old houses adds
character to the neighborhood," says
Glieberman. "These houses, some
more than 3,000 square feet, were
originally luxurious, so we restored
them back to what they were and
added garages. We also built new
townhouses and lofts. We're obligat-
ed to rehab six to eight more units."
The value of these houses, he says,
is that they're attracting young peo-
ple to move back to the city. "They
want a city life," Glieberman says.
"Woodward Place proved to us
that if you put high-quality housing
in downtown Detroit, people will
buy it. There's a demand and a need
for good-quality housing downtown.
Many moved out because they didn't
have these choices before."
Award winner Rev. Holley is
nationally known for his unique
economic development efforts in the
African-American community, says
Robert Hunt, deputy planning
director for Wayne County and a
member of the Woodward Awards
committee. Rev. Holley is also chair-
person of the Woodward Heritage
OrganizationfWayne.
While the location of Rev. Holley's
church is in the poorest ZIP code in
the city, under his leadership, the
church and its Community
Development Corporation (CDC)
have spawned a range of economic
entities. They have the largest
African-American food distribution
operation in the metro area and have
formed a charter school, Hunt says.
This year, CDC completed a six-
store mini-mall on Woodward,
north of Grand Boulevard. The
project economically benefits the
church and young people in the
community, who are trained to work
in the stores.
Said Wayne County Executive
Robert Ficano at an August ceremo-
ny designating Woodward a national
scenic byway, "The benefit of a
thriving, dynamic Woodward will be
felt throughout the region and state
as we begin to generate pride among
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