Herman Gardens Revitalization

Herman Gardens contained 1573 residential units in 168 buildings on a 160-acre site. Detroit’s history included population declines; downward shifts in socioeconomic indices, economic instability for major industries; and consequent decline in investment in all sectors. The housing market was extremely depressed. Herman Gardens was previously awarded HUD grants for nearly $28 million through the Major Renovation of Obsolete Projects (MROP) program.

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