Selden Standard team to open upscale Mediterranean Restaurant in New Center

Dec 09

6:00 AM

By Chris Hughes

Tagged: New Center

By: Mary Kurlyandchik, Detroit Free Press


"The team behind one of Detroit's most celebrated restaurants is working on opening an upscale Mediterranean-focused concept in the burgeoning New Center neighborhood.

Selden Standard partners Andy Hollyday and Evan Hansen said they closed on the former Payless ShoeSource building at Woodward just south of Grand Boulevard about a month ago and are in the early stages of turning it into what will likely become one of the city's next hot dining destinations."


Read more about the new restauarant concept HERE.