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Metro Detroit business openings, closings fall 2022

Hanadi Fregat puts pita in the oven at her restaurant on Seven Mile west of Farmington Road in Livonia.

Lots has changed in the business landscape across metro Detroit the past few months.

Numerous stores have opened, closed or moved, all as they prepared for the end of the calendar year. Here’s the list of what’s happened this fall in the Hometown Life area, which includes the northwest suburbs of Detroit.

Did we miss one? Have a business opening or closing soon? Let us know by emailing dveselenak@hometownlife.com.  


Joe and Jeri Dorr reminisce with a customer at Wright's Hardware in September 2022.

A longtime staple of the city closed its doors earlier this fall.

Wright’s Hardware, formerly owned by former Livonia mayor Dennis Wright, closed its doors earlier this fall after its most recent owners, the Dorrs, decided to retire and could not find a buyer for the shop. Known for its long run serving the hardware needs of the community at Five Mile and Middlebelt, it was also a spot for repairs to snow blowers and other tools.

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