Detroit Shopping and Districts

(Detroit, Michigan - MI, USA)

Detroit is a shopper's haven with numerous shopping malls and retail areas as diverse as Trapper's Alley, the Ren Cen and Eastern Market.

Where you should shop in Detroit depends on what you're after: boutiques are prolific in Bricktown and along Greektown's Monroe Avenue, while Trapper's Alley, also in Greektown, offers a wider selection of retail options. Detroit's Eastern Market takes the cake for the best source of fresh produce and the city's shopping malls provide clothing, sports gear, gift shops and much more.

Opening Hours

The opening hours of malls, stores and shopping areas in Detroit are variable depending on the location, time of year and individual store preferences, although most are open at least six days a week and often also on Sundays. Many of Detroit's larger shopping malls stay open late once a week, offering late-night shopping well into the evening.

Shopping Centers

Denver boasts a large selection of shopping centers and malls spread throughout the city. The most popular are located in and around downtown Detroit and the city center, although there are also a number of prominent shopping centers in the suburban districts.

Birmingham Principal Shopping District
Address: North Old Woodward Avenue, Birmingham, Michigan (MI), 48009, USA
Tel: +1 248 433 3550
The suburb of Birmingham is the ideal place for the whole family to shop, with pedestrian areas that allow shoppers to browse without the drone of traffic. Woodward Avenue and its side streets are peppered with antique stores, art galleries, boutiques and welcoming restaurants for a full day's amusement.

Fairlane Town Center
Address: 18900 Michigan Avenue at Evergreen Road, Dearborn, Michigan (MI), USA
Tel: +1 313 593 3330
Dearborn, the suburb that houses the popular Henry Ford Museum and Fair Lane Estate, is also the location of the Fairlane Town Center. This is a sizeable shopping mall with over 160 shops to choose from, all within a setting of contemporary design and natural lighting.

Address: Greektown, Detroit, Michigan (MI), USA
Greektown has been established as the ethnic retailing district for over a century, and the area's Monroe Avenue and Trapper's Alley provide plenty of specialty stores, shops and boutiques to keep you amused for hours.

Renaissance Center
Tel: +1 313 568 5600
Detroit's best known and most distinctive shopping center is filled with a huge variety of shops as well as banks, movie theaters and restaurants. The building's upper floors afford spectacular views over the city.

Royal Oak
Address: Detroit, Michigan (MI), USA
Royal Oak, a small village located on the fringes of Detroit, offers an eclectic selection of bohemian clothing stores, art galleries, antique shops and chic specialty shops, as well as some excellent cafés and restaurants. Check out the Main Street area and the surrounding roads and alleys for some interesting shopping.

Tower Center
Address: 15400 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, Michigan (MI), USA
Tel: +1 313 659 0910
The Tower Center is a popular shopping mall that has recently been redeveloped, with the first floor occupied by a large variety of retail stores, while the upper floors house a technological school and offices.

Twelve Oaks Mall
Address: 27500 Novi Road, Detroit, Michigan (MI), USA
Tel: +1 248 348 9438
This stylish Detroit shopping mall offers over 170 retail stores, including well-known labels such as Banana Republic, Abercrombie and Fitch and Gap, and an irresistible range of sweet shops and restaurants.