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Rainy days were giving Lillie Gibson something even worse than the blues. A resident of the same east side Detroit home since 1969, Gibson began equating soggy days outdoors with soggy days indoors, after her roof began to deteriorate.
Detroit LISC announced that it will double its investment in the city’s neighborhoods over the next three years to finance affordable homes, businesses and living-wage jobs. An article in Crain’s lays out the details of the plan, which is expected to leverage another $225 million in development, and expand investment into 10 new ...
Amidst growing concerns about the availability of affordable housing for Detroiters, Detroit LISC Executive Director Tahirih Ziegler discuses the importance of creative, flexible approaches to meeting the needs of residents.