Main street Retail
In Detroit’s heyday, Woodward Avenue rivaled 5th avenue in New York City and Magnificent Mile in Chicago. But in the period immediately after Detroit declared bankruptcy, Woodward Avenue was a ghost town. As the city began its modern rise, it took an integrated, energetic vision, and a herculean effort to build a retail environment that was worthy of national attention. Today, Woodward Avenue is home to world class retailers and culture making local boutiques alike, punctuated by some of the best restaurant and hospitality concepts in the country.