All the news from the April DDA Board Meeting and beyond…

Downtown Businesses

  • 10 S. Main (former Hips); Down the Rabbit Hole opened for business on April 13. Ribbon cutting date to be set.
  • 220 S. Main, House of BBQ, has begun the process of applying for a Redevelopment Liquor License.
  • 150 N. Main; (PNC property) Developers received Planning Commission recommendation for a Planned Unit Development for a multi-use 3-story development. It will now go to Council for approval.
  • Patio season has opened


Commercial construction projects continue in and around the downtown

  • 502 S. Main (C & C Bump Shop) site plan was not approved at the Planning Commission April 9 meeting. Will be brought back for a future meeting.
  • 400 S. Main continues renovation for potential Loaded Dice brewery location
  • 516 N. Main; townhome development building construction continues
  • 436-456 W. 14 Mile, construction is planned to begin in the Spring for an apartment development.
  • 172 W. 14 Mile (former Burger King) construction is planned to begin in the Spring for a 3-story multi-use development – 2 floors of apartment units and retail or restaurant at the ground level


Available for lease

  • 84 W. 14 Mile. Contact 248-280-4604 for details

Main Street

  • Main Street Oakland County is providing $500 for travel expenses to the National Main Street Conference, May 6-8 in Birmingham, AL
  • In preparation for determining the projects for the 2024-25 workplans and as an opportunity to review the survey results from the master plan update an Open House has been scheduled for next Wednesday, April 24 from 10a-2p and 4p-7p. This will also apply as an Informational Meeting as required by the state law regarding Tax Increment Financing, MI Public Act 57 of 2018