Detroit has been working hard to revive the city and bring residential growth to the downtown area.  Millions of dollars have gone into renovating historic buildings, creating new public transportation, reviving the riverfront and building residential lofts in the Central Business District area.  Detroit wants to prove that, “the growing population can support and sustain retail and grocery development,” for its current and future residents.  New casinos and stadiums have also enhanced the city’s cultural atmosphere while attracting a wave of young professionals.  Issues will arise, however, when the city tries to achieve this vision of a “better Detroit” by imposing ordinances and regulations on businesses that it deems problematic to their ideal. In particular, the city of Detroit has targeted the adult entertainment business as an industry they would like to see zoned out.