Open-air markets, urban parks and gardens, sustainable living and a lively art culture. This is Detroit. Explore it, get to know it and fall in love with it.
Detroit is quickly becoming known as a destination city for foodies. National Geographic named us one of the most “unexpected food cities” while the Washington Post named us a “food mecca.” Visit and take a bite, you won’t be disappointed.
Need supplies to make your art? We’ve got you covered. You can buy most needed items in CCS’s Bookstore. But there are other options as well…
201 East Kirby
John K. King Books
901 West Lafayette
Marwill Bookstore, Inc.
4870 Cass Avenue
Shrine of the Black Madonna Bookstore
WSU Bookstore (Barnes & Noble)
General Art Supplies
Walter and Josephine Ford Campus
201 E. Kirby
A. Alfred Taubman Center
460 W. Baltimore Ave
Detroit, MI 48202
5395 Oakwood, Detroit
Federal Pipe and Supply
6464 East McNichols, Detroit
Adray Appliance Photo and Sound Center
20219 Carlysle, Dearborn
25675 West 8 Mile Road, Redford
Plaster, Concert, & Cement
Boomer Building Supply
1940 East Forest, Detroit
All American Plywood
18840 John R, Detroit
Brooks Ace Hardware
Detroit General Hardware
6432 Woodward Avenue
Perry Nut and Bolt
4250 Grand River Avenue
1001 East 7 Mile Road, Detroit
Salvation Army Thrift Store
15530 West Warren
5600 East 8 Mile Road
8300 Woodward Avenue
Taxis. Shuttles. Buses. And don’t forget the People Mover. There are many ways to take you where you need to go. There are a number of buses and taxis that run throughout Detroit. When using public transportation, it’s a good idea to check fares, stops and schedules ahead of time.
The QLINE streetcar system runs up and down Woodward Avenue from the Riverfront to the New Center area, passing both CCS sites along the way. Information, schedules and fares
Buses travel throughout the metropolitan Detroit area
and several suburbs (including Royal Oak). For information
on schedules, fares and bus routes call 313.962.5515.
Buses travel throughout the city of Detroit. For information on bus
routes, scheduling, and additional services, contact 888.DDOT.BUS or
888.336.8287. The service also provides callers with estimated travel
and walking times between various stops, ticket and fare information,
lost and found reports, and Gray Line sightseeing tours.
Detroit People Mover
This elevated transit system circles the Central Business District
of Detroit, including Greektown, Cobo Hall, the Renaissance Center
and Joe Louis Arena. 313.962.RAIL
MOGO Bike Sharing
Get around Detroit on two wheels!
Taxi Cab Services
Detroit Cab Company
Greyhound Bus Lines
Location nearest CCS: 1001 Howard Street
11 West Baltimore