Grosse Pointe park only allowed to Grosse Pointe residents. Includes pool, tennis courts, movie theater, snack stand, picnic tables, grills, wagons, workout room, basketball court, boat slips, +++
       
     
 Detroit park, just on the other side of Alter from the Grosse Pointe park. 
       
     
 Detroit parks swing sets / play ground
       
     
 Typical Grosse Pointe house neighboring Detroit
       
     
 Typical Detroit house neighboring Grosse Pointe
       
     
       
     
Housing

Both these houses are just a few houses off Mack Ave which is the north divide of Grosse Pointe and Detroit. They are located on the same street, built the same decade if not year, just on other sides of the border.

       
     
Street

These two photos are taken on the same day and time. Each is from the center of the street facing Mack Ave. the street which divides the northern border of Grosse Pointe and Detroit. This is a clear example of consistent disinvestment vs investment. 50 years ago, the communities were mirrored and crossing Mack Ave., inconspicuous.

 Grosse Pointe park only allowed to Grosse Pointe residents. Includes pool, tennis courts, movie theater, snack stand, picnic tables, grills, wagons, workout room, basketball court, boat slips, +++
       
     

Grosse Pointe park only allowed to Grosse Pointe residents. Includes pool, tennis courts, movie theater, snack stand, picnic tables, grills, wagons, workout room, basketball court, boat slips, +++

 Detroit park, just on the other side of Alter from the Grosse Pointe park. 
       
     

Detroit park, just on the other side of Alter from the Grosse Pointe park. 

 Detroit parks swing sets / play ground
       
     

Detroit parks swing sets / play ground

 Typical Grosse Pointe house neighboring Detroit
       
     

Typical Grosse Pointe house neighboring Detroit

 Typical Detroit house neighboring Grosse Pointe
       
     

Typical Detroit house neighboring Grosse Pointe