United Sound Systems Recording Studios (center), on 2nd at I-94, is under threat of demolition by the widening of I-94 through the Midtown corridor, a project originally proposed in 1989 (when the city's population was over 1 million people). Today, with the funding finally in place, this project seems wholly unnecessary considering the city has since lost over 300,000 people. The $2 billion project could pay for the reconstruction of Detroit's streetcar transit system as it was in 1955, when it covered most of the city (Detroit is currently the only major American city without an at-grade rail-based commuter transit system). Artists as diverse as John Lee Hooker, the Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and more have recorded at the studio.
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