The Avenue of Fashion sits at the thick of four distinctly premier Detroit neighborhoods—the University District, Green Acres, Sherwood Forest and Palmer Woods.

These neighborhoods are home to architectural designs by some of the world’s foremost architects like the world renowned Frank Lloyd Wright and Detroit’s own Leonard Willeke.

The Avenue also borders the Palmer Park Golf Course which was voted Favorite City Golf Course by Hour Magazine in 2006. And as an added bonus, placed discretely behind the back nine, is a private drive where elegant and expansive estates serve as the course backdrop.

Just east of the Avenue of Fashion is an inviting little ethnic hub lined with African and Middle Eastern restaurants, bakeries and retail stores. It’s one of the many things that make the Avenue of Fashion so drastically appealing.

These historic additions add to the Avenue’s undeniable flavor and lend to it the kind of verve that makes it a stand out among city attractions.