The long awaited Old Redford Artist Village is almost complete, but it still needs a strong push to cross the finish line. Thanks to Motor City Blight Busters, the non-profit group behind the project, the formerly almost vacant strip near Grand River and Lahser already houses a studio, gallery, computer lab, and open mic venue where artists can converge and converse.
Still, John George, founder and director of Blight Busters says that a cafe and central meeting spot is still missing, which is why the group is looking to the public to raise the $50,000 needed to get Motor City Java House off the ground.
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