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My family’s December calendar is filling up fast with fun holiday activities. One thing I want to carve out time for is the chance to do some Christmas shopping at Somerset Collection CityLoft.
Now that my daughters are old enough to enjoy helping me cross items off of my list, I’d like them to experience shopping downtown.
This year’s Somerset Collection CityLoft, a pop-up shop in the heart of Detroit, is our chance! The project was first launched by the Somerset Collection in 2011. Somerset teamed up with Bedrock Real Estate Services for the retail concept, spurring a revival of the shopping industry in downtown Detroit.
Stumped on what to buy your friends and family members this holiday season? Fear not. We’ve created a distinctly Detroit list, packed with items that are sure to please everyone from foodies to fashionistas.
Willys Detroit may be a sister store to Shinola, the popular upscale watch and bicycle maker, but it definitely doesn’t live in its sibling’s shadow.
When it opened in June, the clothing and accessories boutique garnered much attention, both for the brands it carries and its location.
While The D is known for its cars, music and sports, it should also be known as a go-to shopping destination. With lower taxes, duty-free exemptions, luxury malls, premium outlet centers and diverse fashion, Detroit is the perfect shopping destination for Canadians looking to save money this holiday season while taking in the culture of the spirited city. Detroit is minutes from downtown Windsor and only a four-hour drive from metro Toronto. Shop at these recommended spots and stay in Detroit to make this holiday getaway full of cheer.
As a resident of Detroit her entire life, Jeanette Pierce, Director of Community Relations for D:hive, knows all the ins and outs of the city. This is why we thought she would be the perfect person to ask …
When you spend a day in metro Detroit with out-of-towners, where do you take them and why?