Woodward Corridor

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The Woodward Corridor is the name used to describe an area within metropolitan Detroit, Michigan. The Woodward Corridor derived its name from Woodward Avenue, often called Detroit's main street. Woodward Avenue starts in the center of downtown Detroit and ends in the city of Pontiac. The Woodward Corridor is used to reference neighborhoods and suburban communities located along Woodward Avenue.

Neighborhoods located along the Woodward Corridor[edit]

Arden Park, Boston-Edison, Brush Park, Cass Corridor, Chaldean Town, Cultural Center, Downtown, Foxtown, Midtown, Milwaukee Junction, New Center, North End, Palmer Woods.

Suburban communities located along the Woodward Corridor[edit]

Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Royal Oak.