5730 North Haggerty Road
Canton, MI 48187
Phone: (734) 981-1010
Fax: (734) 981-5504
Located along Ford Road, this flagship store is a sports fan's paradise. Featuring sportswear and accessories, Fanatic U offers jerseys, hats, t-shirts, flags and other such paraphernalia for local sports teams such as the Pistons, Red Wings and the Tigers. Custom designed jerseys are also available and make great gifts for any sports fanatic.
Built in the 1990s, Laurel Park Place departs from the wide-open mall look and has the feel of a series of shopping courts. Shops tend toward the elegant and the upscale. Laurel Park Place also has the only Parisian store in Michigan. Dining options are a cut above the usual mall fare. Laurel Park Place has spawned the familiar satellite system of stores, eateries and office buildings, transforming a sleepy section of the western suburbs into a central destination along the burgeoning I-275 corridor.
Redecorate your home with unique items from Nest to Nest, a boutique consignment store. The items sold here, such as furniture and home decor, have been used, but are in good condition. To add some character to any room in your house, pick up something special from Nest to Nest. It's sure to do the trick.
Parmenter's Northville Cider Mill has a long history in the city of Northville. It's the second oldest business in the city and has been in operation since 1873. During a visit, sample as many apple products as you can, including caramel apples, apple butter, and apple cider. Gorgeous grounds contain beautiful trees and a stream where adorable ducks reside.
The Books Connection is not your average used bookstore. Not only do they have an amazingly wide selection of books (60,000 to be exact) that include bestsellers still hot on the shelves and every genre imaginable - sci-fi, mystery, romance, the list goes on and on - the interior is immaculate and spacious as well. The workers are friendly, knowledgeable and would go above and beyond to help you find the books of your choice. There are always deals going on and new customers will receive discount coupons.
Founded in 1956, Dearborn Music has been a landmark for music lovers in its namesake city. This record store is located in a strip mall and features a plethora of new and used CDs, DVDs, LPs and Blu-Rays. Off the shelves are classic albums, the latest labels as well as rare finds all under one roof. Genres include the likes of rock, reggae and jazz, folk, country and bluegrass, indie and electronic dance. Add to your record collection or gift your loved ones other merchandise and memorabilia like t-shirts, mugs and posters.
Established in 1994, Merchant’s Fine Wine is the brainchild of John and Gail Lossia. It is one of the best places in town to buy quality wines, beer, fine spirits and gourmet food. You will even find rare to find varieties as well. Stroll through their aisles of craft beers, wine and more. You will definitely be impressed.
This historic store is one of the busiest country gift and furniture stores in Michigan. It carries a large array of country furniture and accessories as well as unique general store items such as jams and jellies.
Get your fix of Japanese culture at this delightful little store with a splendid collection. Fans of manga are in for a treat with the stock being updated every week. Apart from this, there's a nifty selection of popular DVDs as well as music. Adding to it is a range of gifts, stationery as well as craft supplies like origami paper. You can also find Japanese skin care and beauty products here.
Taylor Town Center has a plethora of interesting events all through the year. It is home to the biggest reptile show in Michigan. The reptile show happens every Saturday of every month. It is also the preferred venue for other events like professional wrestling, cage fighting and so on. Not only that the flea market is open every Wednesday through Sunday.
Almost single-handedly, the construction of Twelve Oaks Mall turned Novi from a sleepy village into a booming suburb. Ideally situated to provide freeway access to both the newer northern and western suburbs of Detroit, Novi is in the center of explosive upscale growth. The malls large, eclectic selection of mid- to upper-mid-range retailers perfectly suit consumers in the area, and the result is one of the United States most productive retail properties. Around the mall has sprung up the usual collection of ancillary stores, restaurants and bars, and even eight-lane highways often can't cope with the sheer volume of attendant traffic.
The crown jewel in shopping centre magnate Al Taubman's empire, Fairlane Town Center is a fashionable destination that lures more than 18 million customers a year. Built in the 1960s, it has been renovated several times to make the layout less confusing. Big department stores such as Lord & Taylor and Hudson's vie for space in this 1.4 million-square-foot mega mall with small fashion emporium and name-brand chain retailers. Several tiers of stores ring a central court. Its proximity to Ford World Headquarters and downtown Detroit make the mall convenient for the traveler, and it attracts a diverse mix of shoppers.