Woodward: A Great American City Hidden in Plain Site by Andrew Basile

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Woodward: A Great American City Hidden in Plain Site

- Andrew Basile

Metro Detroit's tragic history has left it without vibrant central city... or has it? Straddling both the city and suburbs, the Woodward Corridor is a great American city hidden in plain sight. It defines a walkable urban core for southeast Michigan that is already surprisingly competitive and with further collaboration and effort could be world class.

Bio:

Andrew Basile is an IP attorney and a principal of Young Basile. Co-located in Detroit and Palo Alto, he represents Silicon Valley companies like Google and Synopsys. He is a contributing author to several books on technology law, including Online Law (Addison Wesley, 1996). He is the President of the North Woodward Tech Incubator, a non-profit technology incubator. He recently started the Woodward Project to promote quality urban development along the Woodward corridor.



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