Our VISION + Mission
Greektown Detroit is a celebrated nightlife, entertainment, and cultural district, serving both Detroiters and visitors from around the world all year round. The traditional center of Detroit’s Greek community, the Greektown neighborhood is one of the last surviving Victorian-era commercial streetscapes in downtown Detroit. Lively Monroe Street is the heartbeat of historic Greektown, and our district is bounded by Gratiot, Randolph, Lafayette, and I-375.
Greektown Neighborhood Partnership is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the long-term economic and cultural vibrancy of Greektown. Formerly known as Greektown Preservation Society, the organization was established in 1903 as a merchant association. As the cityscape has evolved though the years, so has the organization. In addition to representing the interests of its many business owner members, the organization’s focus has expanded in scope to align with its vision for the future. We support and enhance inclusive and equitable opportunities for growth within the district through community and economic development programs, all while celebrating our strong cultural roots.
The Greektown Neighborhood Partnership has several key program areas:
Planning + Economic Development
Neighborhood Beautification + Maintenance