The Downtown Detroit Datascape is a strategic initiative of the Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP) to provide metrics, actionable information and analysis that will help stakeholders benchmark progress, make informed decisions and drive investment throughout the urban core of the city. The Downtown Datascape is a curated collection of data and interactive visualizations maintained by the DDP for the public benefit. The Downtown Datascape will be continuously updated with relevant information that is responsive to community needs and interests.
Within the Datascape you will find several tools that will provide different pieces of information in different ways.
Interactive Data Tools
MoDD is a dashboard that provides contextual demographic, economic, real estate, transportation, and quality of life data with comparisons to peer cities like Philadelphia and Baltimore. MoDD is filled with interactive tables, charts, and maps that encourage users to explore the data and what it means in the context of Downtown Detroit. Data tables are also fully downloadable for further independent analysis.
The Perceptions Survey Stakeholder Insights platform is a new tool for visualizing and interacting with the results of the Downtown Perceptions Survey. The biannual survey collects information from residents and stakeholders about their impressions of Downtown Detroit. This tool enables users to slice the survey results in different ways to gain further insight into how Downtown is performing in terms of public perception.
DDP launched a fully interactive, three-dimensional visualization that includes recent, current and upcoming real estate developments in Downtown Detroit. The 3D Downtown Detroit Development Map is a complement to the DDP's Annual Downtown Detroit Development Update.
DDP Datascape also includes a library of analytical reports with key insights and findings, produced by the DDP or in conjunction with our strategic partners. These reports are free and accessible for you to view and/or download for your ongoing analysis and exploration.