Small businesses need our help more than ever. We have gathered a list of tenants in our portfolio that are currently open for business virtually or via curbside services. We are updating this page with the most current information we have, so make sure to check back often.
Restaurants and retailers currently open for curbside or delivery services:
Retailers that have created unique ways to run their businesses virtually during these trying times:
- Airbnb now hosts Online Experiences and you can sign up for sessions with Detroit businesses including Citizen Yoga and Vibe Ride.
- Citizen Yoga is also offering virtual classes on Vimeo.
- Flowers for Dreams is hosting virtual workshops, teaching you how to do things like build your own succulent terrarium. For more information, see here.
- House of Pure Vin is hosting virtual wine tastings, workshops and online conversations. For more information, see here.
- Pure Barre Detroit is offering virtual classes. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Ten Nail Bar posts self care tips and tricks on social media. They are asking costumers to tag @thetennailbar to show off their at-home DIY mani & pedis.
- Vault of Midnight will ship comics, games, graphic novels, etc. to your home. For more information, contact: email@example.com
- Vibe Ride Detroit is offering virtual classes. For more information, check out: @howwevibe on Instagram
Retailers that have crafted innovative ways to support their employees and surrounding communitites:
- Avalon Cafe & Bakery started a GoFundMe and all proceeds go directly towards its employees. To donate, see here.
- Bon Bon Bon developed an employee food bank; customers can drop off a pre-cooked meal at their Hamtramck factory. For more information and for delivery questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Iggy’s Eggies is selling hats and merch. All proceeds go directly towards a team member relief fund. To purchase, see here.
- Library Street Collective’s WE ALL RISE coloring books and e-books are for sale; all proceeds benefit either Forgotten Harvest or Living Arts Detroit. To purchase, see here.
- Madcap Coffee started an Employee Relief Fund to support its baristas. To donate, see here.
- Maru Sushi started a GoFundMe and all proceeds go directly towards its employees. To donate, see here.
- NoHo Hospitality created a Family Fund to support employees at its properties which include San Morello, Brakeman and Penny Red’s. All NoHo gift card purchases will go directly towards their fund. To purchase, see here.
- Ready Player One started a GoFundMe where all proceeds go directly towards the Ready Player One staff. To donate, see here.
- Standby created an online cocktail book showcasing their favorite recipes. All proceeds will benefit their employees. To purchase, see here.
Still looking for ways to support local businesses? Check out these online marketplaces to purchase items or gift cards.