A New Micro-Colony For Detroit
The experimental Loveland project has grown, with the addition of a second plot of land.
Loveland is a micro-colony in Detroit, based on the concept of numerous people investing one dollar for each square inch of a plot of land. The original micro-colony, Plymouth, started by visionary artist Jerry Paffendorf, has since accumulated enough investors to fill up the entire 10,000 square-inch plot of land. Inchvestors, those that paid $1 for each square, are now in the development phase to devise plans for the land.