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.

Since our Loveland article last December, Jerry sent us information about all the the significant progress that has been made. Updates include the initiation of a colony named Hello World, and an upcoming  party with a $1 cover fee that includes a 1 inch plot of land so guests can leave as land-owners.

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