Historic Indian Village traces its roots to 1893 when the heirs of landownwer Abraham Cook formed the Cook Farm Company Limited, whose goal was to develop a "first-class residential district on a generous scale." And succeed they did, building one of Detroit's hallmark residential communities that today consists of more than 350 homes, six churches and four schools. The first Indian Village residents represented Detroit's old wealth. Such familiar names as Book, Buhl, Dodge, Ewald, Ford, Kales, Stearns, Stroh and Weber resided here in homes built by the most talented architects of the early 1900s.
A community meeting will be held Thursday night for residents in and around the Villages neighborhoods to discuss Strategic Neighborhood Fund-related
More than $5 million in investments will go toward an improved Butzel Playfield, a more attractive streetscape along Kercheval Avenue, additional affordable
A community meeting will be held in the Villages to discuss final recommendations from the City of Detroit’s Planning Department on Strategic Neighborhood Fund
Stephanie-Blair Watts was at a friend’s house a few years ago when she came across NPR’s Tiny Desk concerts, a music series where musicians perform intimate