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While the Grosse Pointes may be known for old money and Metro Detroit's bluest blood, the collection of cities is also a place for young families to put down their roots in a stable community with easy access to Detroit's cultural amenities. Plus, the Pointes' waterfront parks and neighborhood shopping add up to a complete package of riches for its residents.

Grosse Pointe Features

Diversity Comes to the Grosse Pointes

The Grosse Pointes have a long and storied reputation for economic and racial exclusivity. But the last decade has seen significant change in the complexion of the five communities, and some residents are working to open the dialogue around diversity and acceptance. 

Getting to School on Their Own Two Feet

Suburban sprawl has led to a new generation of children being driven to school instead of walking or biking. But with Michigan's Safe Routes to Schools program funding sidewalks and other infrastructure, walking and biking are the new educational path. 

Grosse Pointe 2.0 Redux

Urban revitalization is infectious and Grosse Pointe has caught the bug. Big changes are afoot in the east side community as new eateries, businesses and ideas threaten to energize the otherwise cloistered community. Could GP become the next RO?

Guest Blogger: Brian Hurttienne

Be it resolved for Detroit 2013: street-level economic rebuilding will continue. Brian Hurtienne, executive director of Villages Community Development Corporation, writes about a greenway for Kercheval Avenue and how a pop-up to permanent strategy is building the retail trade.

A New Breed of Restaurateurs - Pt 2

Metromode continues Nicole Rupersburg's two-part series on the region's new generation of restaurateurs and how they're changing Metro Detroit's dining landscape.
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