Detroit's Vault of Midnight is open

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Comic book fans, rejoice! The day you've been waiting for is here, well, it was yesterday but nevertheless. 

PHOTO BY MIKE PFEIFFER
  • Photo by Mike Pfeiffer

Vault of Midnight officially opened its doors in downtown Detroit, marking the third location for the Ann Arbor-based store. 



[See photos from the grand opening] 

“Vaults of Midnight exist in real, brick and mortar buildings in real, vibrant communities and there is no place more exciting right now than downtown Detroit," Curtis Sullivan said in a press release.



Sullivan co-owns Vault of Midnight along with Nick Yribar and Steve Fodale, and said the team is "thrilled to bring something new and completely different to the mix and become part of the city’s historic resurgence.”

The 2,000-square-foot shop is located a few blocks from Woodward on Library St. inside the Z retail space, which is owned by go-ahead-and-take-a-guess

Its neighbors include Punch Bowl Social, Library Street Collective, Nojo Kicks, 7 Greens, Standby, Citizen Yoga, and the Nike store set to open May 26. Townhouse, House of Pure Vin, John Varvatos, and Wright & Co., and Central Kitchen + Bar, and Moosejaw are all a short walk away. 

Hours for the store are Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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