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Detroit has nearly 20,000 homeless citizens; last week, local nonprofit opened apartment building to help re-house at least 41 of them before winter.

"A nonprofit group on Thursday opened a renovated apartment building to house formerly homeless men and women. The Arthur Antisdel Apartments will have 41 one-bedroom units and offer community services. Cass Community Social Services spent about $9 million on the 1920s-era structure." -- Charles E. Ramirez, the Detroit News

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