Great Lakes Chapter 2021 Building Tour

Date: October 1, 2021

Location: Detroit, MI

Great Lakes Chapter
Mrs. Kaczor
Detroit Princess Riverboat
1 Civic Center Drive
Detroit, MI 48226
Pasco, Marc

AI Price: $100.00
Full Price: $100.00


This tour will help appraiser’s to identify what gentrification looks like after twenty years of steady development. Sights along the tour will include Belle Isle, Rivertown/Warehouse District, The Platform Parcel, Uniroyal Platform, May Creek, Ambassador Bridge, Delray/Gordie Howe Bridge.

Appraisers and assessors will be able to see what change these neighborhoods have gone through and what changes to value have occurred via either private sell, public financing and eminent domain. This tour will help appraiser’s and assessors to witness the repurposing of the Historic Buildings, public parks and walkways and how that revitalization impacts the local community.

Ultimately, the goal of the tour is to help appraisers and assessors to identify the changing real estate market along the Detroit Riverfront.

The tour will be narrated by the Marc Pasco of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy.

The boat tour will be operated by the Detroit Princess Riverboat.

Additional Information

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State Credit

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