Nike, H&M, Shinola: How Detroit shopping has changed after Hudson’s

Seems like more and more retailers are bringing their businesses to downtown Detroit these days.

Trendy retailer H&M is set to open its first store,  which will feature women’s, men’s and children’s apparel, in the City on Nov. 21 in a 25,000-square-foot space on the west side of Woodard between John R and Park Avenue.

This winter, the Somerset Collection Studio will bring a rotating list of retailers to the Metropolitan Building, which marks 40 years since the structure has housed a retail store.

Then in 2023, businessman Dan Gilbert and his Bedrock real estate firm are expected to complete a mixed-use tower on the former site of Hudson’s. The skyscraper will feature retail and office space as well as residential and hospitality space.

With national chains like Nike and Under Armour setting up shop on Woodward Avenue and Detroit brand Shinola becoming so big that they get a shout-out at the Oscars, is Detroit poised for a retail resurgence?

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