Doing Business

Restaurants in the Downtown areaWhy Do Business in Downtown Plymouth?

Plymouth is a unique community offering small town charm and a friendly environment which makes it the perfect location for business prospects. Year-round activities attract residents and visitors from surrounding communities in the hundreds of thousands. Foot traffic is beneficial for store and restaurant owners as they fluctuate their hours to accommodate the crowds.

Plymouth has a vibrant downtown district that offers a variety of services, boutiques, bakeries, salons, taverns, and eateries, as well as sidewalks trimmed with trees, decorated shrubs and lighting to attract patrons.

Heart of Downtown


The heart of Downtown Plymouth, Kellogg Park, is always bustling with newcomers and regulars to see the latest concert, fair or festival. The historic park has received beautification awards and constant media attention. Whether it’s Art in the Park or the Plymouth Ice Festival, the mood is set for shopping and eating while patrons seek refuge from heat or cold in the district's local businesses.

Location


Downtown Plymouth is easily accessible within a few miles of two major highways I-96 and I-275. The ample amount of free and conveniently located parking is a benefit for visitors and business owners.

Downtown Development Authority


The Downtown Development Authority staff offers support for newcomers, supplying a welcoming packet along with incentives such as marketing tips and assistance with grand opening events. Several press releases have helped build businesses and continue to keep Plymouth business owners in the spotlight.

Downtown Retail Group

 
The Downtown Retail Group monthly meetings allow business owners the opportunity to get involved in the various events and to voice opinions on issues impacting downtown merchants. Meetings are held at the Chamber of Commerce office at 8:30 a.m. on the 3rd Tuesday every month.

Community Involvement


Downtown Plymouth is fortunate to have a very active and involved community of residents and business owners who volunteer in many aspects of downtown life, from adopting planters to serving chicken dinners at the Fall Festival. There is always something going on in Downtown Plymouth!