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Motor City Mapping
In 2013, the Obama administration convened the Detroit Blight Removal Task Force to chart a course to eliminate blight in Detroit. Co-chaired by Dan Gilbert, founder and Chairman of Quicken Loans, the Task Force sought to understand the extent of blight in the city. To do so, it commissioned a project called Motor City Mapping.
The effort brought together hundreds of Detroit residents, Quicken Loans team members, and other resources from the Quicken Loans Family of Companies and local tech firms, Loveland Technologies and Data Driven Detroit, to evaluate the condition of all 385,000 properties in Detroit and make the data and findings freely available on this website.
The MCM mapping website has ended operations, but you can find property data and tax foreclosure support at these links.Neighbor to Neighbor
Regrid, formerly known as Loveland Technologies, is the leading provider of land parcels and location context data for your maps, apps and spatial analysis.
We collect, analyze, interpret, and share high-quality data to drive informed decision-making and increase data-driven outcomes.
The City of Detroit has launched its Open Data Portal initiative in order to increase public access to valuable data and information concerning City government operations and service delivery.