DETROIT – Redevelopment in Detroit often brings thoughts of new construction and its positive economic impact. Less often addressed is the value of historic architecture, and the preservation of Detroit. A program sponsored by the Society for Marketing Professional Services will feature two speakers that insist development must be done hand in hand with preservation.

Mark Coir, director of archives of Cranbrook Educational Community of Bloomfield Hills, and Eric Hill of Albert Kahn Associates Urban Design and Planning Collaborative Group, will both speak at the program, to be held Jan. 18 at 4 p.m. The program will be held at the Detroit Club on Cass Ave. in Detroit. Reservations can be made by emailing Donna Jakubowicz at [email protected].

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