A market that closed in early 2020 will be redeveloped into a coworking and event space. Prentice 4M, who recently opened a coliving, coworking development, is turning the former Lucky's Market into 4M City Club, a venue that will also offer food and drink options.

It's situated close to the 4M campus, adding more options for what they're hoping will be a 15-minute neighborhood, where the community is close enough to walk or bike to their daily needs. It's located along the May Mobility route, along with nearby bus routes.

Synecdoche Design Studio of Ann Arbor will design the 25,000-square-foot 4M City Club space. Along with indoor and outdoor flex spaces for community use, the space will include:

  • A commercial kitchen, the Commissary at 4M City Club, with five regional chefs preparing food for take-out,
  • A full-service bar, Lucky’s BAR at 4M City Club, with craft cocktails, beer, and wine, as well as an early morning barista service,
  • And the Market at 4M City Club with prepared foods and retail beer and wine. 

“This space has always been an important part of the neighborhood,” said Margaret Poscher, CEO and co-founder of Prentice4M. “We're looking forward to building on its legacy as we reimagine this community hub."

The space is expected to open in the second quarter of 2022.