University District

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Ranked in the 99th percentile

University District

  • University District is ranked #19 in Detroit
  • University District is ranked #59 in Michigan
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Stable Housing Market
  • Low Cost of Living
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64University District
67Michigan
67USA

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University District in Detroit

Attractions5/10
Community9/10
Nightlife3/10
Dining3/10
Shopping7/10
I've lived in the University District in Detroit for over 30 years and it is a good, safe, diverse & stable neighborhood. The homes are beautiful and well-maintained and there is an active community organization. The rating, grades, etc. Areavibes assigned to the university district are misleading to a person, not familiar with Detroit, reviewing your website. The majority of the residents are college-educated and take pride in raising their children in the neighborhood. The neighborhood has attracted new residents the past several years. When a person not familiar with Detroit takes a look at your website, they would believe that crime is bad and children do not graduate from high school, when the opposite is true. More than 90% of school age children in the University District graduate from high school and at least 80% of those children go to college after high-school graduation. I find it interesting that neighborhoods in cities like Chicago, New York, Los Angeles are graded based on what occurs within the boundaries of those neighborhoods and not based on what negative things occur in unsafe neighborhoods in other parts of those cities. (I've visited all those cities). Maybe, whoever comes up with your grading/rating system should find out whats happening in Detroit by visiting the website 'Curbed Detroit'.
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Source: The University District, Detroit, MI data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).