Many Detroit neighborhoods severely lack LIFE ESSENTIALS
I take for granted on a daily basis -access to healthy food and drink options, personal and home goods, and the Internet. We could have a long discussion on the "whys", but I rather focus on a solution
and create a "why not
is to get back to basics, get back to what many of us growing us knew as the "corner store" in our neighborhoods. There, we could purchase our life essentials, catch up on what was going on (old school internet) and walk away with some encouragement, hope, sense of community and maybe even some love. My solution is KORNR STORE,
a neighborhood marketplace in Detroit's NW Goldberg neighborhood located at 6224 16th Street, Detroit, MI 48208.
Developed by P8 Real Estate Solutions
, KORNR STORE NWG will carry a mix of LIFE ESSENTIALS
- some fruits and vegetables, staple foods (milk, cheese, yogart, etc.), a coffee bar, juice, water, some prepackaged breakfast and lunch foods, baked goods, snacks, beverages along with a small mix of personal and home goods from local small businesses.
KORNR store is small build project with focused on neigborhood connection, walkability, some green space and ESG initiatives (Environmental, Social, Governance). But the most important of all - to provide an inclusive, encouraging and positive atmosphere
for our neighborhood residents, seniors and guests that live, work and visit nearby historical neighborhood anchors like the Motor City Museum, Henry Ford Hospital, New Center, North End and Midtownand surrounding neighborhoods.
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6224 16th Street, Detroit, MI 48208
the neighborhood marketplace
working to change the world, one neighborhood at a time