Detroit’s Greektown Set to Reinvent Itself Again 

After facing the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants and businesses in Detroit’s Greektown are preparing to reinvent themselves once again as a new jail and court complex set to open next year will be drawing customers away from the downtown area, The Detroit News (TDN) reported on March 4.

Owner of The Greek, Christina Hapipis, “whose family has owned the former Plaka Cafe for 31 years, said after the lunchtime customers head north, Greektown will have to reinvent itself — again,” TDN reported.

Meanwhile, more changes are in store for the Greektown area, as “new development projects that include condominiums, a University of Michigan tech school and streetscape improvements promise to transform the area that’s already seen more than a century of changes,” TDN reported.

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