Curated Retail, Pop-Ups, Meetings & Events
Located at the corner of Mack Ave. and Ashland St. on Detroit’s lower east side, MASH features Mash-Ups: curated retail, pop-ups, meetings and events in a 6,000 square-foot street level storefront.
Hustle. Grind. Mash.
We bring together the different people, ideas and experiences of Detroit’s ‘grind’ culture under one roof.
Bridging Detroit and Grosse Pointe Communties
Easily accessible to downtown Detroit and Grosse Pointe communities, MASH represents an intersection between people, streets, neighborhoods, and cities.
A destination for Organic Social Collision
MASH is designed to inspire creativity, collaboration and engagement – serving as a reliable and experiential destination hub of organic social collisions that foster neighborhood enrichment and residential connections.
- Jane Jacobs
Are you an organization, group or company looking for an offsite location for your team to mash-up? A local brand seeking a unique neighborhood pop-up destination? An artist in need of gallery space to showcase your next exhibit? Consider hosting your next office hours, pop-up, meeting, event or retreat in a dynamic hub of creativity and collaboration. Contact us today to reserve your day, week, or month-long adventure at MASH!
Book your next program, workshop,
2-hour minimum rental period.
Book your next private event.
Space available in 4-hour blocks.
Host your next pop-up at MASH Detroit!
Pop-up retail space available starting in
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Mash-Up With Us
August 15 @ 6pm
Join Bamboo Detroit in celebrating the new launch of an East side Detroit pop-up location! On August 15th we welcome friends (old and new) to enjoy the new space, drinks, snacks, and some great company!. Find more info and register here.
September 17th @ 3PM
A neighborhood bike ride that includes stops where residents use their front porch as a stage to tell their story. Find more info and register here.
MAKING MASH WORK
From left to right:
Brandon Christopher, Clover McFadden, Crystal Scott, Sarida Montgomery, Marlowe Stoudamire, and Margarita Barry
A dynamic professional with over 15 years of business, communications and community experience; leveraging proficiency in project management, marketing, and multi-level relationship-building to influence and drive planning, growth and engagement strategies of local and national companies. A natural leader with a proven track record in building diverse relationships; including experience with c-suite executives, business, civic and community leaders, fundraising campaigns and social entrepreneurs. A student of diversity and culture with tangible international experience (and networks) in cross-cultural communications, market analysis and business development. 2012 Crain’s Detroit Business 40 under 40. 2013 American Marshall Memorial Fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
An entrepreneur, artist, designer, and aspiring changemaker, Margarita is the founder of Block x Block, a social venture that aims to empower everyday citizens to shape their neighborhoods and communities through accessible design, planning, and placemaking. With a passion for inspiring young entrepreneurs, activating creative places and using art and digital media to empower communities, Margarita has launched quite a few ventures over the years: 71 POP, Detroit POP, I Am Young Detroit, I Am Young America, and Cityspotters. She’s also the founder of Bohomodern, a lifestyle shop located inside MASH that houses a collection of original and curated bohemian and modern finds for men, women, kids and home. Margarita’s a 2015 Knight Emerging City Champion Fellow, a 2015 Hatch Detroit Semi-Finalist and 2012 Code for America “Apps for Detroit” Challenge Finalist. Her honors include Detroit Young Professional’s 2011 Vanguard Award, Crain’s 2011 40 Under 40, Michigan Business & Professional Association 2012 Women & Leadership in the Workplace Rising Star Award and the 2012 DailyVenusDiva Thrive Award.
Community Development Strategist
Sarida Scott has served as the Executive Director for the Community Development Advocates of Detroit (CDAD) since September 2012. Prior to coming to CDAD, she worked at Michigan Community Resources, holding positions as Legal Director and Chief Program Officer. She has worked in the community development industry and local government, combined, for more than fifteen years. Sarida received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley her B.S. in Engineering from the University of Michigan. Sarida’s work experience has been concentrated in the areas of nonprofit legal compliance, education and community engagement.
Clover McFadden is the Managing Director of Butterfly Effect Detroit, a business and public engagement agency that helps businesses, nonprofits and entrepreneurs better understand and develop mutually beneficial relationships with the people that matter most to their brands and core business objectives. An entrepreneur and startup enthusiast, Clover founded and served as CEO of a web-based licensed apparel company and was co-organizer of Startup Weekend Livingston. Clover is an avid reader, java developer, and youth mentor who has coached and consulted with entrepreneurs at all stages of business development. A native Detroiter, Clover is an alumna of Howard University.
Crystal J. Scott is an Associate Professor of Marketing at The University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business where she teaches courses in marketing management and marketing research. She has taught at Penn State University, Wayne State University, The University of Padua in Italy, and HKU Space in Hong Kong and for the past two years she has taught a course on urban entrepreneurship at UM-Dearborn. Crystal is also co-owner of good people popcorn, a gourmet popcorn shop, in Downtown Detroit. She enjoys jogging, practicing yoga, and mentoring young people. She received her Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University and her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Brandon Christopher is a creator, connector & owner of CANVASxDetroit, an arts exposure and advocacy platform. As Engagement Director at MASH, Brandon designs and leads outreach-related activities and ensures diverse, consistent, and quality programming within the space, in other words, he makes DOPE stuff happen at MASH. Additionally, Brandon supervises the MASH Gallery Art Series featuring local artists. Brandon is a 2013 graduate of BUILD Entrepreneurship Institute and a 2015 Knight Arts Challenge Grant recipient.
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14711 Mack Avenue
Detroit, MI 48214