A.R. Brouwer Company provided Construction Management services to build this focal point for shopping along Main Street (M-52) in Chelsea. Curves for Women originally took up residence along with numerous other tenants, including Blockbuster Video, Michigan Central Hobby, Hungry Howie’s, Fantastic Sam’s, Check ‘n’ Go, Cingular Wireless, Dark Tan, Divine Java, CitiFinancial, Mailboxes Etc., and China Garden. Phase I of the Chelsea Courtyard development was completed in 2002.
With the Phase I building fully leased, A.R. Brouwer was contracted by Chelsea Land Company to construct the second phase. The new building added 8,940 SF to the development. Phase II was completed in Fall 2004 just in time for the retailers to capitalize on the holiday shopping season. This additional space continues to provide new retail opportunities for the area.