Wyandotte is a small city in Michigan originally founded in 1854. Existing over a century, it was home to several residential and commercial building.
One of the most well preserved historical sites is Wyandotte’s downtown.
Due to its’ popularity, the state developed it into a business community. Transforming old buildings into well-polished establishments through major renovations. These renovations are done without harming the regal beauty of the 100-year-old building.
- In Wyandotte’s downtown, 100 year old buildings are transformed into business establishments.
- It’s a viable place for business. Not only can a store open, it can also thrive.
- They want to make this a special destination community with various business establishments.
“We work so well together as a community,” Smith said. “It’s kind of a beautiful dance.”
Wyandotte’s downtown is experiencing a revival as bars and restaurants, shops and other diversions move into renovated 100-year-old buildings.
Original Source: http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/wayne-county/2016/07/05/wyandotte-downtown-destination-businesses/86736570/