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For Immediate Release
February 13, 2006

For more information contact
Austin Black II
(313) 550-2307


February 13, 2006: Detroit, MI – As part of its ongoing mission to promote housing in the city of Detroit, City Living Detroit is proud to announce its 2006 City Living Expo, a three-day housing fair showcasing Detroit properties that will be held in conjunction with the upcoming Michigan Home and Garden Show at Ford Field from March 10 – March 12, 2006.

City Living Detroit, a three-year-old organization created by five young adults intent on decreasing the number of young adults in Metro Detroit that relocate to other big cities, has expanded its annual housing fair to accommodate the growing number of residential properties in the city.

This year’s City Living Expo, which will be held in conjunction with the Michigan Home and Garden Show at Ford Field, gives prospective buyers the opportunity to speak with a number of individuals representing a variety of residential properties in the city all in one afternoon. Other individuals pertinent to the home buying process, such as real estate agents and lenders, will also be on hand to answer questions of prospective buyers.

On Saturday, March 11 and Sunday, March 12, City Living Detroit will offer bus tours of developments in Downtown and Midtown. The bus tours will depart from Ford Field.

Dates and hours for the 2006 City Living Expo are as follows:

12:00 pm – 9:00 pm on Friday, March 10
10:00 am – 9:00 pm on Saturday, March 11
10:00 am – 6:00 pm on Sunday, March 12

Admission to the 2006 City Living Expo at Ford Field is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for children ages 6 – 14. Children under 6 are free. Over 2000 parking spots are available within a block of Ford Field. These parking spots are $3 each.

For more information about the 2006 City Living Expo, please visit www.fordfieldhomeshow.com

“Detroit has reached a turning point in which the amount of new development is transforming the city into a thriving urban center, said Austin Black II, president of City Living Detroit. The goal of City Living Detroit is to show people a city where they would want to live.”

City Living Detroit promotes Detroit as a vibrant urban center by providing resources that encourage people to live in the city. It does this by providing Detroit-related housing information and resources to individuals and by organizing tours and home fairs that showcase city properties. For more information about City Living Detroit or to view residential properties in Detroit, please visit www.citylivingdetroit.com.


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