Michael Poris

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    DuCharme Place is a $45 million multifamily project inspired by architect Mies' design of Lafayette Park, the historic district near which the community is situated. The 185-unit development was financed through a HUD loan, one of the only sources of financing for the few ground-up housing projects planned in Detroit in the early 2000s.

    Detroit 04 October 2017 15:21

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