Burton and eastern Genesee County, MI residents will be welcoming a new retailer on Court Street.

DIY-ers will be getting a popular retail destination for arts & crafts.

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We've got all the information you'll need, including its exact location.

Michael's Coming to Burton, MI.

Fans of the arts & crafts, or "makers" destination as they call it, will be thrilled to have a location on the eastern side of Genesee County.

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The new store will be located across the street from Courtland Center.

It's in the Courtyard Plaza which includes Home Depot and Big Lots.

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It looks like renovations inside the building are just getting underway but shouldn't take too long.

The new store will be located between Big Lots and Empire Wok, the Chinese Buffet restaurant.

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We called the Linden Road location to ask if they were moving, or if this was an entirely new store. The associate told us they "believe it's a new store" as they haven't been told otherwise.

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This will mark the popular, crafty retailer's third location in Genesee County.

Michael's Locations in Genesee County

Two locations have been around the greater Flint area for several years.

  • 3268 S Linden Rd, Flint, MI 48507
  • 18055 Silver Pkwy, Fenton, MI 48430

There's also one at 849 S Main St, Lapeer, MI 48446.

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They're accepting employment applications at michaels.com.

We're glad to see a new business opening in Burton.

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