Devonshire Mall is one that appeals to the whole family. Apart from the usual stores and restaurants, all of which you can find here, this shopping center goes above and beyond to ensure no one is left out. There are often special events hosted at Devonshire Mall, like "Fun Fridays," which caters to youngsters. The food court provides more than just something to snack on: it also offers health awareness workshops aimed at educating families about nutrition. There's even a "Mother and Child Comfort Station" for when the little ones need a break. No matter your needs, Devonshire Mall has you covered.
Built in the 1990s, Laurel Park Place departs from the wide-open mall look and has the feel of a series of shopping courts. Shops tend toward the elegant and the upscale. Laurel Park Place also has the only Parisian store in Michigan. Dining options are a cut above the usual mall fare. Laurel Park Place has spawned the familiar satellite system of stores, eateries and office buildings, transforming a sleepy section of the western suburbs into a central destination along the burgeoning I-275 corridor.
Owned and operated by brother, sister duo Andy and Emily Linn, City Bird is an amalgamation of Detroit themed paper goods, accessories, housewares and more. Seventh generation Detroiter's, Emily and Andy have a deep rooted love for their city, which is showcased through their eclectic boutique. This studio and store prides itself on featuring the work of hundreds of local artists and designers. Find silkscreen printed t-shirts, Michigan shaped coasters, handcrafted greeting cards and more.
Located inside the lobby of the renovated Park Shelton near Wayne University, The Peacock Room offers more than just the latest and greatest trends. Featuring classic tried-and-true designs for women, The Peacock Room has everything you need to dress to impress. You won't find ripped or studded jeans here, no matter how in style they are. Rather you'll find 1920s inspired cloche hats, luxe faux fur coats, modern and vintage jewelry, cashmere scarves, romantic dresses and more. The decor is a whimsical combination of industrial with hints of historical charm.
People's Records is a Detroit staple. With three large rooms filled to the brim with records of various genres, this music shop has some great tunes for everyone. Crate diggers will rejoice in the steals and deals that can be found here. Everything from Jazz, Motown, to R&B is available. If you're new to the world of vinyl records, the friendly and prodigious staff are happy to point you in the right direction.
The construction of Twelve Oaks Mall helped to turn Novi into the booming suburb that it is today. Ideally situated to provide freeway access to both the newer northern and western suburbs of Detroit, the mall's large, eclectic selection of mid- to upper-mid-range retailers perfectly suit consumers in the area. Around the mall has sprung up a collection of ancillary stores, restaurants and bars.
Wear your city on your sleeve with a selection of uniquely Motown products at Pure Detroit. This store was established in 1998 with the sole purpose of capturing and spreading the essence of the Motor City. And since it opened it has stood as a promoter of the city and its culture. From casual apparel and jewelry to gifts, bags and souvenirs, each item represents Detroit in some way or the other, whether it is through a design, a printed photograph or a logo. So, if you happen to be looking for a souvenir, this is the perfect place to shop.
Bon Bon Bon is an artisan chocolate shop offering decadent candies and chocolates that are sure to delight your taste buds. Each of the "bon bon bons" as they're called, are made from one or more varieties of seven different chocolates. Favorites include Pink Peppercorn & Strawberry, Dark Up and The Temptation. You can also be adventurous and try random flavors as almost everything on the menu is quite delicious. Keep an eye out for the new flavors which are added every week. If you want to seriously indulge your sweet tooth, Bon Bon Bon is where you should be headed.
Bonnie's Gifts & Sundries is replete with racks of souvenirs, t-shirts, caps, hats, soft toys, handbags, mugs, posters and gifting items. The overhead lamps sparkle while this shops bustles with effervescent shoppers, looking for the perfect keepsake or gift for their loved ones. Once you find a souvenir of your choice, stop at their food counter for a delicious pastry or a refreshing ice cream.
Comprising of a majority of staff from within five miles (8.05 kilometers) of its store location, Nike Community Store does live up to its name. Opened in 2016, it is just a few minutes away from the Little Caesars Arena. Set in a more than century old building, its walls are adorned with local sports landmarks and a typography work that reads 'Detroit Never Stops'. As an ode to the city's sports legacy, you will also find merchandise for the Michigan State University teams, Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers. The store also organizes sports and fitness programs in the locality.
Founded by two wilderness guides in 1992, Moosejaw has expanded to become a popular recreational apparel and gear shop with various locations throughout Michigan. With dozens of brand name merchandise at this Detroit location, Moosejaw offers you outdoor recreational needs. Besides apparel, find items like tents, sleeping bags, backpacks, skis, snowboards, wake-board gear and more. Their excellent customer service, vast inventory and creative marketing strategy has created a loyal customer base.
CVS pharmacy has many locations throughout the state and it is a perfect place to stock your pharmacy requirements. This particular location at the GM Renaissance Center, offers customers the convenience of shopping for medicines, toiletries, essentials and other goodies while on their way to work or while heading home after work. The self-checkout kiosks and comfortable layout of the store adds another touch of convenience. Just remember to carry your own bags as they offer one but will charge you for the same.