Shopping Malls and Centers



Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Detroit's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Eastern Market or Dearborn. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had.


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Village of Rochester Hills


 

Centered around charming, park-like areas and boasting tree-lined streets and colorful planting beds, this eminently appealing downtown district makes for terrific browsing. With approximately fifty shops and restaurants, the village isn't the...  Read More


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Great Lakes Crossing

 

This enormous, one-level complex is fantastic for bargain shoppers because it has tons of outlet shops and a wealth of great sales. The mile-long shopping center has an oval racetrack-like layout, lots of anchors, a number of restaurants, a...  Read More


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Little has changed at Detroit's historic Eastern Market, which, since 1892, has provided downtown shoppers with a terrific place to find fresh produce, meats, fish, and plants. The open-air market is open throughout the week, usually hanging on...  Read More


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Twelve Oaks Mall


 

At upscale Twelve Oaks Mall, shoppers find a variety of ways to while away an afternoon, from the mall's 170-plus retailers to myriad restaurants and sweet shops. For fashion-conscious shoppers, Twelve Oaks offers the likes of Pottery Barn,...  Read More


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Greektown
Greektown


 

Detroit's most well known ethnic neighborhood, Greektown includes Monroe Avenue and its various side streets. Aside from boasting the Motor City's most intoxicating night-life scene, Greektown hums with activity during the daytime, as people...  Read More


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Check out its store directory, and you'll see that there are more than 160 reasons to stop by upscale Fairlane Town Center, whose contemporary design and natural lighting create a perfect environment for shopping. Anchor stores include Macy's,...  Read More


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Originally built with Ford money, this expansive, versatile complex is now the world headquarters of General Motors. Its multi-cylindrical design is the most distinctive aspect of Detroit's skyline, and the Ren Cen, as it's affectionately...  Read More


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Somerset Collection


 

For upscale shopping in the northwestern suburbs, these enormous complexes (North and South) are without parallel. Offering a wide range of options, from Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus to Nordstrom and Macy's, Somerset Collection is a haven...  Read More


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Birmingham Principal Shopping District


 

Downtown Birmingham offers a variety of shopping experiences, making it ideal for the entire family. A traditional "Main Street" atmosphere abounds, including pedestrian-friendly zones that allow shoppers to stroll past attractive storefronts...  Read More


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Royal Oak
Royal Oak


 

A bohemian village located on the outskirts of Detroit, Royal Oak offers a fashionable selection of specialty shops, art galleries, antique stores, Parisian-style streetside cafés, and restaurants. Explore Main Street and its quaint side- and...  Read More


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