Opportunity Detroit returns as presenting sponsor, one month remains to enter 2016 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest DETROIT/June 22, 2016 – Hatch Detroit is pleased to announce the 2015 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest winner, Live Cycle Delight, will open its new cycle studio this fall located at 8019 Agnes St. in Detroit’s West Village. Live Cycle Delight will be the fourth contest alumni to locate in the West Village area and the first contemporary indoor cycling studio in Detroit. “Live Cycle Delight will be the contest’s 15th business to establish a brick and mortar location in metro Detroit,” said Vittoria Katanski, executive director, Hatch Detroit. “From bakers to brewers to a kayak rental company, and now the first cycling studio in Detroit, this contest brings together a unique group of business entrepreneurs who will continue to make Detroit’s independent retail standout.”…
Grand River is about to look a lot more green in Grandmont Rosedale. We've partnered up with the Detroit Lions & Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation to bring several streetscape improvements to the retail district. Step one? Landscaping with Detroit Farm and Garden.
Help us bring more green to Grand River! Volunteer opportunity: Saturday May 21st, 2016 // 9AM - 1PM New landscaping is coming to Grand River between Outer Drive & Warwick! Join Hatch Detroit, GRDC and the Detroit Lions for a day of volunteering! The day’s work will be planting the new plants up and down Grand River Dress for the weather! Plan to wear long pants and closed-toe shoes Come rain or shine and bring a refillable water bottle Bring planting equipment (shovels, rakes) if you have them Meet the team at Always Brewing at 9AM Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-748.4270 to RSVP. For more information on the Hatch Neighborhood Initiative and our project in Grandmont Rosedale, see here.
Comerica increases commitment, contest expands in search of next Detroit retail business DETROIT/April 27, 2016 – Comerica Bank and Hatch Detroit announced the return of The Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest. The 2016 contest will include an expanded benefits package for the $50,000 grand prize winner as well as additional support for entrepreneurs and Hatch Alumni. Comerica is more than doubling its commitment for the contest, investing more than $125,000 to help launch even more small business successes in Detroit and help ensure the success of current Hatch Alumni. “Comerica is deeply rooted in the Detroit community and we recognize the important role small businesses are playing in the resurgence of the city,” said Linda Forte, senior vice president and chief diversity officer, Comerica Bank. “We are proud to be the flagship sponsor of this contest, which has sparked other small…
Congrats to Sister Pie! One year open and 18,333 slices of pie (plus nearly as many buckwheat cookies) later, they're the definition of what small business can do to bring a community together. ?? What other baker has gotten to celebrate their first year open alongside a Bon Appetit Magazine feature? We're so proud of Lisa and her team for all they've accomplished since winning the 2014 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest and can't wait to see what's to come.
It's been a busy few years for the Batch Brewing crew. After winning the Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest in 2013 and building Detroit's first nanobrewery to wild acclaim, they're starting a new venture. Drinking beer makes you feel good. Giving to charity while drinking beer feels even better. Enter: Batch Brewing Company's Feelgood Tap Program, a new 501c3 nonprofi. What does that mean? Instead of one brewery in Detroit raising money for nonprofits one glass at a time, any bar, restaurant, brewery, or winery can feature their own Feelgood Tap special and help fund the local nonprofit community. Check out the coverage on Fox 2 News and WXYZ.
We've launched Phase III of our Neighborhood Initiative! To celebrate, Detroit Lions legends Lomas Brown & Ron Rice visited Always Brewing to pour the morning coffee and chat with the community about the investment Hatch & the Detroit Lions are making in neighborhood retail. Photo credit: Stuart Zaas, Detroit Lions
DETROIT. Jan. 27, 2016--Hatch Detroit and the Detroit Lions have selected Grandmont Rosedale as the next project site in the Hatch Detroit Neighborhood Initiative, focused on serving storefront retail in Detroit. With the Detroit Lions Charities $150,000 contribution to the program, the team is bringing community-driven infrastructure improvements that will improve pedestrian friendliness around the businesses on Grand River Avenue between Warwick Street and Outer Drive. Working with the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation, Hatch Detroit and the Detroit Lions have identified several place-making elements and their impact on retail success. “Working with Hatch Detroit on creating sustainable, pedestrian-friendly storefronts in Grandmont Rosedale is another opportunity to build upon our shared progress in neighborhood economic development,” said Detroit Lions Senior Vice President of Marketing and Partnerships Elizabeth Parkinson. “The Detroit Lions organization is proud to have a direct hand in the…
Hatch Detroit & the Detroit Lions are celebrating the next phase in their Neighborhood Initiative! Detroit Lions legends Ron Rice and Lomas Brown will be behind the bar at Always Brewing Detroit ready to pour your morning coffee. Stop by for a cuppa, chat with the players and learn more about our retail revitalization plans working alongside Grandmont Rosedale Development Coporation. 8AM - 10AM. No tickets required. This is a free event and the first 200 guests' medium pour-overs are on us. Let us know you're coming & share the event here.
Detroit's wine lovers may be battling one serious hangover come summer. Another wine bar, shop, and community event space called The Royce Detroit has officially found a home in The Kales Building. Owned by Angela Rutherford and Ping Ho, The Royce Detroit first made an appearance during last summer's Comerica Hatch Detroit competition, where they were finalists in the running for the $50,000 grand prize. A representative for the shop tells Eater that Ho and Rutherford have submitted an application to the most recent round of the Motor City Match programto assist with funding for the buildout. Read more of the Eater Detroit article here.