Dan Calabrese, TBD, July, 2017 (Life in Boston-Edison)
Detroit's Boston-Edison neighborhood is nothing if not rich in history, once home to icons such as Henry Ford, Joe Louis, Sebastian Spering Kresge, and Berry Gordy. Mostly built and designed early in the 20th century, Boston-Edison is characterized by classic designs and majestic structures that have remarkably stood the test of time.
That said, its present is perhaps even more remarkable than its past. Modern-day Boston-Edison reflects the same architectural creativity, the same pride in ownership and the same commitment to community that it did when those legendary figures called it home.