This week's show talks about the emergence of the new Michigan urban neighborhood. Michigan’s future success is hinged on the vitality of its neighborhoods. Millennials and boomers alike seek urban settings where buildings go up rather than out. They want to have easy, walkable access to places where they live, work, shop and play. Prosperity Agenda host Dan Gilmartin is joined by co-host Marjorie Sorge, executive editor of the Detroit Regional News Hub. Guests include Dennis Sturtevant, chief executive of Dwelling Place in Grand Rapids; Keith Molin, executive director of the Michigan State Housing and Development Authority (MSHDA); Charles Pugh, Detroit City Council president; and Brian Conway, state historic preservation officer for MSHDA.