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Detroit is the largest city of the Michigan State. It is known as the “Automotive Capital of the world.” Detroit is situated at the center of an official three-county metropolitan regions - Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Detroit was founded in 1701 on July 24 by Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, a French military officer. He explored Detroit as a base to block British expansion. In war, French lost much of their American property to the British in 1763. Much of the property was still under Britishers even after American Revolution. The first territorial judge, August Woodward arrived in June 1805 to discover the accidentally burnt French-speaking city. He founded the new city on Pierre-Charles L'Enfant's design for Washington, D.C. He used broad avenues radiating fanlike from the large circular centers. However, the plan was not fully accepted, but still one can find the downtown areas which reveals some of the original Woodward's design. The Detroit's estimated 2003 population is approximately 879,575.

ECONOMY: Detroit is known as the “Automobile Capital of the World,” as Henry Ford and others has explored the Carriage Industry. The Detroit region is always served as a home to the major U.S. automobile manufacturers. Apart form making Motor Vehicles and its Parts, Detroit is also know to manufacture steel, fabricated metal and paper products, food and beverages and chemicals. It also has printing and publishing and extensive salt mines lie under southwestern region of the city. Detroit is diverse ethnically with an African-American and the nation's largest community of Arab-Americans.

City Attractions: Among the city's educational institutions are Wayne State University and the University of Detroit Mercy, the Detroit Institute of Arts is renowned. In 1997, facility is provided to see the Museum of African-American showing their History and origin. Fox theater, renovated movie palace, a civic center with cobo hall, world's largest exhibition buildings, Joe Louis Arena for National Hockey League's Red Wings, Fort Wayne(1849). Tiger Stadium would be replaced by Baseball Park. The world's largest suspension bridge - Ambassador International Bridge.

CLIMATE: Detroit and the rest of southeastern Michigan have a typically Midwestern temperate seasonal climate which is influenced by the Great Lakes. Winters are cold with mild snowfall and summers are warm.

Favorite sports: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Ice hockey, Hydroplane Boat race and Formula One championship.

Education: Detroit served by the Detroit Public Schools(DPS) and various private schools and parochial Catholic schools. The Detroit area has several universities and colleges. Wayne State University, College for creative Studies, Lewis College of Business, Mary Grove College and Henry Ford community college.

Real Estate: Percentage of types of units rented:

Studio 0%
One Bedroom 41%
Two Bedroom 57%
Three Bedroom 2%
Other 0%
Average daily rate is $70

 

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