Ten years ago, Detroit appeared to be a city on its last legs. The city's population was a fraction of what it was at its peak in 1950, and one out of every three office spaces in downtown was vacant.
After undergoing the nation's largest municipal bankruptcy, Detroit is experiencing something of a revival -- but it still has a long way to go. Olympia Entertainment, a business that's called Detroit home since 1927, has joined the effort to rebuild the city with an ambitious plan to revamp a 50-block zone of downtown Detroit. That project recently saw a surge in interest thanks to its partnership with a local design firm, Zoyes Creative Group, and the 3D printing company Stratasys.
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