Sherwood Forest Historic District is an area in Detroit, Michigan. The district is bounded by Seven Mile Road, Livernois, Pembroke, and Parkside. The community, with about 435 houses, consists of two subdivisions: Sherwood Forest and Sherwood Forest Manor.
The Palmer Woods Historic District is a residential historic district bounded by Seven Mile Road, Woodward Avenue, and Strathcona Drive in Detroit,Michigan. There are approximately 289 homes in the 188-acre district. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. TheDetroit Golf Club is nearby.
The Boston-Edison Historic District is a historic neighborhood located in the geographic center of Detroit, Michigan. It consists of over 900 homes built on four east/west streets: West Boston Boulevard, Chicago Boulevard, Longfellow Avenue, and Edison Avenue, stretching from Woodward Avenue on the east to Linwood Avenue on the west. It is one of the largest residential historic districts in the nation. It is surrounded by Sacred Heart Major Seminary to the west, the Arden Park-East Boston Historic District and the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament to the east, and the Atkinson Avenue Historic District to the south. The district was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1973 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
The Rosedale Park Historic District is a historic district located in Detroit, Michigan. It is roughly bounded by Fenkell, Outer Drive, Grand River Avenue, Southfield Freeway, Glastonbury Street, Lyndon Street and Westwood Drive. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. The Rosedale Park district has the largest number of individual properties of any district nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in Michigan, with 1533.
“There have been a lot of new developments happening throughout all of the greater downtown neighborhoods,” Pierce said. “It’s been the first time in a while that Detroit has seen this level of new construction and projects dealing with housing.”–Jeanette Pierce, Director of Community Relations at D:hive
Detroit is big enough to matter in the world, but small enough where you can matter in it.–Jeanette Pierce, Director of Community Relations at D:hive