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Detroit Demographics

The population of Detroit is estimated at 912,062
There are 336,428 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $28,097
People who live in Detroit use the area code 313 (Find any phone number in Detroit here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Detroit

Eminem, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Madonna, Smokey Robinson, Bob Seger, Ted Nugent, Francis Ford Coppola, Gilda Radner, Tome Selleck, Casey Kasem, Joe Louis, Charles Lindbergh, Henry Ford, Rosa Parks

Detroit History - Important Notes

Detroit is known as the home of the "Motown Sound" which was created by Berry Gordy Jr.

Although Detroit is not the capital of Michigan, the city did enjoy that distinction for more than 4 decades in the early 1800's.

The first traffic light in the country was used in Detroit

A Detroit resident named Austin Burt invented the typewriter in 1829.

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Things to do in Detroit

Check out the local sports teams, including the Pistons (Basketball), Tigers (Baseball), Lions (Football), and Red Wings (Hockey)
Get a taste of "Hitsville USA" at the Motown Historical Museum
Spend a fun day seeing the magnificent work inside the Detroit Institute of the Arts
Learn the history of Detroit with an adventurous Walking Tour
Experience the thrills of Detroit's MGM Grand Casino

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Detroit

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Business:

Detroit Metro Intl Airport
Penobscot Building
Ambassador Bridge
Renaissance Center
Detroit Lions - Football
Detroit Tigers Baseball
Wayne State University
Spirit of Detroit Statue
Cathedral Church of St. Paul
Comerica Park

Address:

1 Detroit Metro Airport, Detroit, MI 48242
645 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226
2744 W Fort St, Detroit, MI 48216
200 Renaissance Ctr, Ste B-2800, Detroit, MI 48243
2000 Brush St, Detroit, MI 48226
2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
5700 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48202
2 Woodward Ave, #711, Detroit, MI 48226
4800 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201

Phone Number:

734-942-3550
313-961-8800
313-963-1410
313-568-5600
313-964-6325
313-962-4000
313-577-3650
313-224-5260
313-831-5000
313-471-2000

About Detroit

Detroit's history goes back to the late 1600's when France chose a spot near the Great Lakes to establish a military fort. Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac played a key role in creating the first settlement in the area, which was known as Fort Ponchartrain.

By 1802 Detroit was incorporated as a town, and the area grew quickly. A large fire destroyed much of the town in 1805, and the town's future seemed to be in peril as the residents adopted a system of martial law. The following year, however, Detroit was granted the title of city and appointed a new system of government.

Henry Ford founded The Ford Motor Company in 1904. The company's incredible success helped stir competitors into action, causing Detroit to become known as the automotive capital of the world, or "Motor City". Every January the city hosts the North American International Auto Show.