Midtown Detroit

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The Midtown neighborhood of Detroit is a mixed-use area in Detroit, located along each side of Woodward Avenue between Downtown Detroit and the New Center. The community is bounded by the Chrysler Freeway (I-75) on the east, the Lodge Freeway (M-10) on the west, the Edsel Ford Freeway (I-94) on the north, and the Fisher Freeway (I-75) on the south. The vibrant area includes several Historic Districts, Detroit Medical Center, and Wayne State University.

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The Midtown area is a general mixed-use neighborhood, containing an accumulation of structures representing the successive waves of development that have transformed the area multiple times since it was first platted. The neighborhood is dominated by the thoroughfare of Woodward Avenue, which runs north and south through the heart of Midtown. Midtown can be roughly divided into six general areas:
  • Wayne State University neighborhood - north of Warren Avenue and west of Woodward Avenue.
  • Art Center (or Cultural Center) neighborhood - north of Warren Avenue and east of Woodward Avenue.
  • North Cass (or Cass Farms) neighborhood - between Warren Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and west of Woodward Avenue.
  • Detroit Medical Center neighborhood - between Warren Avenue and......
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