DDP News

The Detroit Experience Factory Announces the Detroit Experience Pass

The new Detroit Experience Pass (DX-Pass) offers admission to seven of Detroit’s most popular cultural attractions for one discounted price. Launched by the Detroit Experience Factory (DXF), the DX-Pass is the first of its kind to provide access to several of Detroit’s world-class museums in one package. “Many other cities offer some type of museum […]

Growing D:hive to split into two new organizations

A welcome center, a job connector, a home-finder, a small-business developer, a tour guide, all encompassing, all things to all people, all Detroit, all right now. The plan was to connect newcomers and long-time residents to the budding startup and cultural communities in downtown and across the city. But after three years of funding from […]

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Downtown Detroit Partnership Launches Downtown Detroit Perceptions Survey to Help Shape Programs and Initiatives DETROIT (October 1, 2014) – Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP) launched today its 2014 Downtown Detroit perceptions survey to glean valuable information that will be used to shape key programs and initiatives. The public is invited to share opinions and feedback about […]

DDP Releases Report Showing Significant Increase in Residential Demand

Detroit – The Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP) released, today, a residential market study that noted a 22 percent increase in demand for residential properties in the downtown area in the last four years. The Residential Market Potential for Greater Downtown report provides a market-based tool to confirm development decisions and the positive impact that Live […]

2014 Downtown Development Update

Overview of 30 real estate development projects in Downtown Detroit presented at the August 26, 2014 DDP Stakeholders meeting.  The featured projects represent nearly three quarters of a billion dollars of investment in Downtown Detroit. Downtown Development Update August 2014 from Downtown Detroit Partnership