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  • Soave Enterprises LLC
  • Industry: Investment Bank/Brokerage
  • City: Detroit, MI
  • Soave Enterprises is a privately held, Detroit-based company with holdings in dozens of companies. Its substantial financial and managerial resources bring strength to these entities. These holdings encompass a wide array of industries including: metals recycling, real estate, industrial services, beverage distribution, automotive retailing, transportation, hydroponic greenhouse operations, and warehousing and logistics. During our first three decades, Soave Enterprises founded and built City Management Corporation, a multi-state waste management and environmental services group. City Management, through Mr. Soave's stewardship, grew to become one of the industry's largest and most respected operators. In 1998, City Management and its associated holdings were