|Midtown is a vibrant blend of history, luxury and modest townhouses and lofts, restaurants, galleries and the Cultural Center—all making this a very attractive place to be. Many Detroit cultural, educational, medical and service institutions are located here, including: Wayne State University, the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Medical Center, College for Creative Studies, and the Detroit Public Library.|
Midtown attracts millions of people annually, has a daytime population of over 50,000 and growing, and has the largest concentration of social service agencies in the region. It also hosts two of Detroit’s signature events: the Detroit Festival of the Arts which draws in 350,000, and Noel Night, a Christmas family event.It has a radio station, symphony, bed and breakfast, six theaters, eight museums, 30 restaurants, 11 galleries, a hardware store and a dry cleaner, all within two square miles — making it one of the best walkable communities in Detroit.
From the Cultural Center to Brush Park, it also has a growing residential base within its many historic neighborhoods. It's filled with many new and newly renovated lofts, townhomes, condos and single-family homes.
(info via Model D Media )