Detroit Economic Growth Corporation (DEGC) (also, http://www.growthdetroit.com) – a non-profit organization that works closely with the City of Detroit and other partners to support existing businesses and to bring new companies and investments to the city.

Downtown Development Authority (DDA) – supports private investment and business growth within the central business district using a combination of property taxes, grants and other funds. Tax Increment Finance Authority (TIFA) – provides financial incentives to industrial and commercial development projects via tax-increment financing.  Downtown Development Authority (DDA)

Detroit Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (DBRA) – supports the redevelopment of blighted, obsolete or contaminated properties through state and local property-tax reimbursements and tax credits that can be used for specific cleanup and development efforts.

Economic Development Corporation (EDC) – supports private investment and business growth within neighborhoods throughout the city of Detroit using a combination of taxes, grants and other funds.

Neighborhood Development Corporation (NDC) – a subsidiary of the EDC; supports private investment and development within the NDC Project Area commonly referred to as Jefferson Village.

Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA) – provides financial incentives to industrial and technological development projects via tax-increment financing.

Tax Increment Finance Authority (TIFA) – provides financial incentives to industrial and commercial development projects via tax-increment financing.