A new grocery store is coming to downtown Detroit.
The partnership of Oxford Capital Group, LLC, Hunter Pasteur, and The Forbes Company announced on Monday the topping off of the multi-family project, Perennial Corktown, and said the first lease for tenants in the retail space has been signed to include a new grocery store.
Corktown Market is the first confirmed business to join the Perennial Corktown, a multi-family project located in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood. The grocery store will occupy 2,033 square feet of retail space, Chicago-based Oxford Capital Group, LLC announced on Monday.
The new full-service neighborhood grocery store, which is set to open in this fall, will feature fresh, affordable and local products for area residents, as well as a full-service deli and coffee bar that includes indoor and outdoor seating.
"As lifelong Detroiters, we couldn't be more excited to be a part of the Perennial in Corktown. This vibrant community holds a special place in our hearts, and we're honored to contribute to its growth by the opening of our market," said Hadwan Hadwan, owner of Corktown Market, in a statement.
The housing, parking and retail development of Perennial Corktown starts pre-leasing for apartments and townhomes this spring and is set to open in November. The project includes a seven-story apartment complex, seven townhomes, a three-story parking garage and more than 12,000 square feet of retail space.