“I’ll tell you my heart is pumping. I feel like it’s the seventh game in the playoffs,” said Detroit Mayor Dave Bing.
A big celebration in Midtown Wednesday as the first Whole Foods in the city of Detroit opens its doors.
The much-anticipated store, located at Mack Avenue and John R. Road, will add to the vibrant, growing food scene in Detroit.
In preparation for the Whole Foods opening in Detroit’s Midtown, the store is hosting a local vendor fair at the end of this month.
The Whole Foods Market in development in mid-town is slated to open in the end of May or June, 2013. Job listings will be posted online starting April 2 according to a tweet by Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh posted February 12.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced that three companies were approved for incentives by the Michigan Strategic Fund through the Michigan Business Development and Community Revitalization Programs to support their expansions in the state.
One discussion at the Mackinac Policy Conference on Mackinac Island focused on Detroit being a tale of two cities.
Whole Foods will break ground Monday morning at the site of its new market in Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood.
Walter Robb promised nothing less “than our very best” in a speech to the Detroit Economic Club Friday.
It’s the time of year when metro Detroiters resolve to get in shape and eat healthier fare. But the term “health food” holds a different meaning for different people and it’s evident by the variety of stores in Detroit.