More than a third of Detroit’s residential lots are either vacant or contain abandoned buildings, but more than 90% of the remaining occupied parcels are in good or fair condition, according to a massive new report on the city’s housing stock that was released last week.

The survey is a block-by-block analysis of the city that is intended to give city officials, residents, and urban planners data for the nascent debate over whether to shrink the city’s boundaries.

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