North Corktown is a neighborhood just northwest of downtown Detroit that is bordered by I-96, I-75, M-10 (the Lodge freeway) and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. This website is ran by the North Corktown Neighborhood Association, which was formed in 2013 and holds quarterly meetings to bring the neighborhood together and help develop the community.
Next Neighborhood Meeting:
Saturday November 2nd, 2019 2pm-4pm
Spirit of Hope Church
1519 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Detroit, MI 48206
Email email@example.com to be on our announcement email list or any other questions.
North Corktown Sustainable Development Plan
The NCNA Sustainable Development Task Force has led neighborhood-wide planning sessions and documented information to share from the residents’ values and vision for North Corktown. Click below to see the final plan. We hope to have a seat at the table to represent the voice of the community as city planners and developers begin to plan for the future of the neighborhood.
Click here to download the North Corktown Sustainable Development Plan
North Corktown Design Guidelines
The North Corktown Design Guidelines is an expansion of the Sustainable Development Plan through a collaboration between the North Corktown Neighborhood Association, Heritage Works, and the Detroit Collaborative Design Center at the University of Detroit Mercy. The Guidelines include much more specific information for the City of Detroit and potential developers on the standards and core principles we expect all future development to incorporate.