Beaumont Announces Plans for 13 & Woodward, Including Meijer and Hotel

Beaumont Announces Plans for 13 & Woodward, Including Meijer and Hotel

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 14, 2019)

Royal Oak, MI- Beaumont Health has announced plans for their property at 13 Mile and Woodward Avenue, just east of their existing hospital.  According to their statement:

Woodward Corners by Beaumont, a 117,000-square-foot commercial development located at the intersection of Thirteen Mile Road and Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, has new retailers on board including the property’s largest tenant, Woodward Corner Market.

The redevelopment plan features six buildings, including a five-story hotel and an array of restaurants and other retail offerings in an attractive setting with green space, landscape gardens and community gathering areas. The first businesses will open this summer.

“It’s exciting to see all of the progress at Woodward Corners by Beaumont,” Carolyn Wilson, Beaumont executive vice president and chief operating officer, said. “A community survey of local residents, our employees and patients guided our development of the property. And, we are still looking for a few more businesses that might be interested in the project.”

Woodward Corner Market will be a 40,000-square-foot neighborhood grocery store operated by Meijer. The store will focus on offering customers a unique grocery shopping experience, much like the retailer’s first small format store, Bridge Street Market, which opened in August 2018 in Grand Rapids. Woodward Corner Market will feature a vast assortment of fresh food; local, artisan groceries; and Meijer and national brand products at low prices.”

Their website lists potential tenants, including Brown Iron Brewhouse, Grabbagreen, Wahlburgers,  Beaumont Urgent Care, and fitness studio Anna Kaiser Technique.

The $32.8 million development is expected to be complete in 2019. Beaumont has owned the property since the 1980s.

Schostak Brothers & Company and A.F. Jonna Development are co-program managers for the building program, with Hobbs+Black as architect and Tower Construction as construction manager.  Learn more at

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