Looking for more retail space in Detroit? Here are 5 new additions to the retail scene

Retailing in Detroit is growing, reaching all areas of the city. This makes it easier for Detroit residents to access quality goods and services without having to leave the city, and in some cases even the neighborhood. Here is an organized list of new and emerging businesses, or new in the city, now located in the city of Detroit.


Creme brulee is brand new to the Detroit salon scene, having held their grand opening on July 8 of this year. This salon is a leading multicultural salon that seeks to meet diverse and inclusive clients by providing services to all hair types or needs. Katrina Wilson, owner of Crème Brûlée, worked in cosmetology when she was 13 and got her license at 16. She is now happy to work with residents of Detroit from all walks of life and to provide quality services in the city of Detroit.

Location: 6406 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48202


Although Exposure has yet to open its doors to the public, the luxury streetwear retailer is more than excited to do so in the fall, marking its third retail location. The first Xhibition store opened in Cleveland, Ohio in 2014, and has since gained respect not only in the Midwest but around the world. The store will be located in the Capital Park neighborhood and will feature clothing, footwear and home items for men and women, all created by uniquely selected designers.

Location: Not yet published


Equipment is a retail space, creative collective and event production company that fosters social and cultural intentionality through the eyes of creatives. The Apparallel platform seeks to empower the LGBTQ + community as well as individuals and BIPOC professionals in the city and is committed to the environment and innovation. Amber Chene, along with her business partner Rome Italy, is an artist who has worked in fashion, music, performance and modeling. Now proud of Detroit, Chene is thrilled to present Apparallel’s pop-up boutique style boutique, which will feature handbags, accessories and vintage clothing.

Location: 1301 Broadway Detroit MI 48226


Business owner Mary Capiccchioni started Old Soul Vintage in San Diego in 2014. Over the years, Capicchioni has refined the style of the boutique and brought it to Midtown Detroit. Keeping unique items and a collective effort in mind, Old Soul Vintage sells vintage clothing and accessories and is looking to welcome other local retailers to the space as well. The Old Soul Vintage brick and mortar store opened in February of this year.


Location: 3627 B Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48201


Spot Lite’s The owners, husband-and-wife duo Roula David and Jesse Corey, have succeeded in creating a catch-all community and music hub in Detroit’s Eastside. From the record store to the art gallery, from the bar and cafe to the concert hall, the vibe of Spot Lite is impeccable and a must-have for those involved or interested in the Detroit music scene. Spot Lite’s music collection enjoys playing local sounds, mostly specialized in jazz, R&B, soul, and house.

Location: 2905 Beaufait St., Detroit

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