Detroit's options for distinctive venues continue to grow.
The Detroit Institute of Music (DIME) opened September 2014 in the former Bamlet Building on Griswold. The 1896 structure, abandoned since the 1980s, was bought and rehabbed by Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock Real Estate Services.
“We moved in and revamped the entire thing, head to toe,” says Brittany Morris, the institute’s team administrator. “It’s definitely a more modern space now, but we tried to keep some of the historic elements.”