H&M plans to open clothing store in downtown Detroit
DETROIT (AP) — Retailer H&M plans to open a clothing store this fall in downtown Detroit.
Detroit-based Bedrock real estate says the store will span three storefronts in three adjacent buildings along Woodward Avenue.
H&M offers apparel for men, women and children. It will become the largest retailer in Bedrock’s portfolio of downtown properties. Bedrock says it has acquired more than 700,000 square feet (65,032 square meters) of retail space in downtown Detroit since its founding in 2011.
Bedrock founder and chair Dan Gilbert says “H&M is one of those flagship retail stores that will take the Woodward Avenue shops to another level.”
A number of other retail shops and restaurants have opened downtown in recent years.