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Detroit's future in sharp focus for mayoral race

Vote seen as crucial to struggling city's renaissance effort

By Tom Nugent
Globe Correspondent / August 1, 2005

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DETROIT -- Encouraged by the recent rentals of more than 500 upscale loft apartments in previously vacant downtown buildings, 6,000 new jobs, and dozens of new stores and restaurants, some Detroit officials are convinced that their tattered city is finding its way back from decades of decay and neglect. (Full article: 1484 words)

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