Detroit Neighborhoods

Detroit takes a lot of pride in its neighborhoods. Each has its own flair and flavor. While downtown Detroit features headlining sports, concerts, and restaurants, the best neighborhoods in Detroit show off local entrepreneurs, architecture, and businesses. Check back as we add more neighborhoods to the Take Detroit neighborhood page.

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Woodbridge

A quaint neighbrohood close to Wayne State - full of artists, professors, students, and long time residents. Very active facebook group.
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Hamtramck

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Cass Corridor

Originally known as midtown.
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Eastern Market

Eastern Market has one of the oldest farmers markets in the nation every Saturday. Find specialty food shops, locally-owned boutiques, along with breweries, and classic sports bars.
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Corktown

Corktown, Detroit’s oldest neighborhood, is home to quirky boutiques, specialty shops, and historic architecture.
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Downtown

A night out could include a concert, dining at a top restaurant, and staying at a boutique hotel.
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Livernois - Avenue of Fashion

Home to many locally-owned shops and restaurants, new developments, and it’s close to the Detroit Golf Club and Palmer Park.
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The Eastside

Eastside neighborhoods border Grosse Pointe and contain many locally-owned bars and restaurants. Try a tiki bar, feather bowling, take out, and expansive parks in these neighborhoods.
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Jefferson Chalmers

Jefferson-Chalmers borders both Grosse Pointe and the Detroit River. Spend the afternoon kayaking the canals, then stop by an old dive bar or shop for wares from local artists.
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Midtown

A thriving cultural district with the Detroit Institute of Arts, Wayne State University, and the Wright Museum.
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Southwest

Southwest Detroit has a large Latin American population, along with a variety of Mexican restaurants, thrift shops, parks, music venues, and diners.
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New Center

New Center is home to the Art Deco masterpiece the Fisher Building, along with live music venues, Caribbean food, and an expanding retail corridor along Woodward Avenue.
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Woodbridge

Woodbridge has charming Victorian homes, along with down-to-earth bars, eclectic art spaces, and new, trendy restaurants opening down Grand River.