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Ann Arbor in Michigan is a small city located west of Detroit, north of Toledo and south of Flint. It’s home to the University of Michigan which heavily influences local life and culture along with around 115,000 people.
The city was named after the wife of one of the founders in 1824 and quickly became the home of the University of Michigan. Other industries helped support the town and the modern economy includes tech, research and manufacturing.
Corporate housing in Ann Arbor is made up of premium furnished apartments within modern developments. Each rental is fully equipped, includes internet, TV and everything else you need to begin living right away.
Ann Arbor has a diverse economy with many smaller enterprises making up the majority of employment here. The university is the city’s largest employer while other brands have also made a home here.
Major employers in Ann Arbor include University of Michigan, Google, Trinity Health, Ann Arbor Public Schools, Thomson Reuters, Washtenaw Community College, Washtenaw County, Toyota Technical Center, United States Post Office, General Motors Milford Proving Grounds, Faurecia North America, Eastern Michigan University, Integrated Health Associates, Truven Health Analytics, Domino’s Pizza, Grupo Antolin Interiors, Thai Summit American Corporation, Ford Motor Company, Zingerman’s Family of Businesses and JAC Products.
Ann Arbor doesn’t have its own airport so you would likely fly into Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) to the east. It’s a 215 minute drive on a good day.
Amtrak run rail services into Ann Arbor on the Wolverine line. There is no local rail service.
Road arrivals will use I-94 from Detroit or Jackson or US-23 from Flint or Toledo. Local routes link to I-96 and M-14 and handle most local traffic with ease.
Ann Arbor is fairly compact so is quite walkable if you’re staying Downtown.
U of M dominates local culture and offers a relaxed and accepting local atmosphere. The city is pretty, walkable and has decent employment and with a strong local economy and relatively low crime, it’s a nice place to live and work.
Neighborhoods in Ann Arbor include Kerrytown, Old West Side, Eberwhite, Water Hill, North Burns Park, Lower Burns Park, Upper Water Hill, Allmendinger Heights, Germantown, Old Fourth Ward, Garden Homes, Wildwood Park and Selma.
Things to see and do in Ann Arbor include Downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan Theater, State Theater, The Ark, Michigan Stadium, The University of Michigan Law School Quadrangle, University of Michigan Diag, The Ann and Robert H. Lurie Tower, Domino’s Farms, Ave Maria Fine Art Gallery, Matthei Botanical Gardens, The Cube, The Wave Field, Nichols Arboretum, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, Gallup Park, Buhr Park, Exhibit Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Anthropology.
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