CLEVELAND -- The Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood is attracting residents to the city. It offers newly-remodeled houses that are more than a century old.
That's where we're "On Location" tonight.
Battery Park and other recently-constructed projects offer the advantages of city living in newly-constructed homes.
The 10th building of Battery Park will start going up in about a week. There are 70 units now. The goal is to have 300.
And the Detroit/Shoreway Community Development group is putting an emphasis on creating affordable housing.
Foreclosure touched 22 percent of homes in the community.
The group purchased and renovated homes on its own. Now it connects developers with available properties.
The Gordon Square neighborhood is a hub for the housing efforts.
Longtime property owners' homes have appreciated because of all the new commercial and residential development.