The mostly vacant and blighted blocks north and east of Eastern Market may one day flourish with food entrepreneurs in Detroit’s next great opportunity for small-business enhancement.Dan Carmody, president of the nonprofit Eastern Market Corp. that manages the city-owned operation, said the district needs to expand into those vacant blocks to keep its traditional character as a food-centric area, even as residential development and other non-food businesses gradually insert themselves into the traditional market footprint. ( – John Gallagher) Click here to read the entire story!

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