A popular downtown restaurant in west Dearborn closed its doors this week citing issues with the landlord at West Village Commons.
IBurger closed on Oct. 14. Restaurant owners posted on the restaurant's Facebook page that the business will reopen in 90 days in Detroit.
of the issues between the landlords at West Common Village and the way
the buildings were neglected, Iburger will be moving to
downtown Detroit within 90 days. Sorry
for any inconvenience," the owners said in a written statement to customers.
Requests for interviews with IBurger's management were not returned as of Wednesday. Calls to Barry Murray, director of Economic and Community Development for the city of Dearborn, were also not returned on Wednesday.
The decision to close the restaurant is the latest blow for businesses in the city. Other tenants at West Common Village that have shuttered their doors or moved to a new location include: The UPS Store, Cold Stone Creamery, Rocky
Mountain Chocolate Factory, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Caribou Coffee,
Supercuts, Au Bon Pain Bakery and American Home Fitness.
Patch will update this story as more information becomes available.