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Monday, May 23 • 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Urban Detroit: A Walking Downtown Architecture Tour FULL

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Join John Patrick, founder of architecture resperesentation company Above The Fold, with Courtney Henriette, Edward Azria and Philip Kafka on a fun and informative walk through downtown Detroit. Examining, some of the most significant recent development projects, Above The Fold will discuss the importance of meaningful architecture to urban renewal.

Meet at Drought Juice at 719 Griswold Street. Other stops include, The Rosa Parks Transit Center, The David Whitney Building and The David Klein Gallery.

Sponsored by Above The Fold.

Space is limited only 15 spots!

Be sure to check out the SHUTTLE schedule to move between Detroit Startup Week venues. Download the Ridehop app to learn more. http://www.ridehop.com/

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John Patrick

John Patrick is the founder of architecture representation company, Above The Fold. After successfully building an international following for ATF, Patrick moved from New York City to Detroit. Through building his firm in Detroit, Patrick seeks to put Detroit back on the map for significant architecture, bringing international architects to Detroit and landing international projects for Detroit-based architects.



Monday May 23, 2016 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Chrysler House 719 Griswold, Detroit MI, 48226

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