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Some Say They're Left Behind By Detroit's Comeback

The Majestic in Midtown is one of the older, trendier spots in Detroit. (Lester Graham/Michigan Radio)
The Majestic in Midtown is one of the older, trendier spots in Detroit. (Lester Graham/Michigan Radio)

Detroit is seeing more private investment in its downtown areas. New restaurants, bars, and boutiques are opening. Some of the city’s tallest buildings are being renovated after being empty for decades.

But some residents in the neighborhoods don't see how they're benefiting from renewed investor interest in Detroit.

From the Here & Now Contributor Network, Michigan Radio’s Lester Graham reports.

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  • Lester Graham, investigative reporter for Michigan Radio.
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