New Market Brush Park Bodega to Open in Detroit in March

Brush Park Bodega, a walkable new market in Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood located in Bedrock’s City Modern development at 2671 Brush St., is expected to open to the public in mid-March.
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Brush Park Bodega is a new walkable market concept coming to Detroit's Brush Park neighborhood this March. // Courtesy of Brush Park Bodega
Brush Park Bodega is a new walkable market concept coming to Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood this March. // Courtesy of Brush Park Bodega

Brush Park Bodega, a walkable new market in Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood located in Bedrock’s City Modern development at 2671 Brush St., is expected to open to the public in mid-March.

The Brush Park Bodega will offer a fresh market stocked with a variety of Michigan-made and locally sourced products. It also will feature a rotating, onsite-prepared café menu of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a full-service bar with a curated selection of beer, wine, and liquor, both available to enjoy in-store or takeout.

“We’re excited to bring to Brush Park a local, convenient market with all the essentials, as well as exciting products from Detroit and Michigan vendors. Our goal with the concept was to make the entire shopping experience a whole lot more fun,” says Marcus Perez, co-owner and founder of Brush Park Bodega. “As part of the Bodega’s development team and a Detroit resident as well, this project is especially meaningful to me, one that I’m sure will be a beneficial addition to the area.”

The store takes a unique modern spin on traditional convenience. It will offer delivery and pickup options, e-enabled purchasing, quick-delivery, and in-store drinking and dining to make it a fun experience.

The design and offerings are meant to reflect the residents of the Brush Park neighborhood — expect to be able to stop in to hear the music of local Detroit artists, grab a Blake’s hard cider, purchase produce and meat sourced from Eastern Market, and much more from Detroit brands.

“Brush Park Bodega perfectly complements the progress made in City Modern,” says Naumann Idrees, senior vice president of leasing at Bedrock. “Both the modern convenience and locally-sourced products will fill a missing gap in the neighborhood to support the growing number of residents.”

Prior to opening, Brush Park Bodega is planning giveback initiatives with local charities as well as neighborhood senior citizen centers, special shopping extras, and other community offerings. In addition, the market is interested in hearing from other Michigan-made purveyors.

For more information, visit, www.bodegamkt.com.

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