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  Pink Zoning Detroit  seeks to transform complex land use regulations into a positive force for the revitalization of our city.   Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the project will identify, and seek to implement, a number of agile, creative, regulatory changes which support high-quality place-making and drive economic development.  Ultimately,  Pink Zoning Detroit  will pursue a ‘lean’ ordinance, widely applicable to the city's neighborhood commercial corridors, which establishes Detroit as a pioneer of innovative urban land use regulation in the United States.

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  Pink Zoning Detroit  seeks to transform complex land use regulations into a positive force for the revitalization of our city.   Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the project will identify, and seek to implement, a number of agile, creative, regulatory changes which support high-quality place-making and drive economic development.  Ultimately,  Pink Zoning Detroit  will pursue a ‘lean’ ordinance, widely applicable to the city's neighborhood commercial corridors, which establishes Detroit as a pioneer of innovative urban land use regulation in the United States.

Pink Zoning Detroit seeks to transform complex land use regulations into a positive force for the revitalization of our city. 

Funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the project will identify, and seek to implement, a number of agile, creative, regulatory changes which support high-quality place-making and drive economic development.

Ultimately, Pink Zoning Detroit will pursue a ‘lean’ ordinance, widely applicable to the city's neighborhood commercial corridors, which establishes Detroit as a pioneer of innovative urban land use regulation in the United States.