Real Estate: A Tale of Two Art Scenes

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Every burgeoning art scene has one thing in common: low-cost real estate. Today, we’ll speak with Jonathan Bowles, director of the Center for an Urban Future, about the economic past, present, and future of New York’s art-driven neighborhoods. And, we’ll speak with Rebecca Mazzei, former arts editor of the Detroit Metro Times, about how the Motor City’s housing blight has created an art-friendly environment over the past several years. Plus: We want to hear from you: how has real estate impacted your art?