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Detroit Michigan

Detroit is the largest city in Michigan with a population of around 680,000 people. It is located on the Detroit River, east of Chicago, northwest of Cleveland and south of the Canadian border and the Great Lakes.

Detroit is a huge economic driver in the US and has had a profound effect on both culture and industry. From the invention of the production line to Motown, Detroit has quite the reach. Known best for its automotive industry, Detroit is also home to a number of supporting industries, universities and a whole raft of large businesses.

Corporate housing in Detroit is a mix of furnished apartments, condos and townhomes. Some are purpose built and cutting edge while a few are sympathetic conversions. All provide top quality accommodation for a fully inclusive price.

Employment in Detroit

The Detroit economy is huge and very diverse. From automotive manufacturing to music, healthcare to education, every industry is represented here and some big names are headquartered here.

Major employers in Detroit include Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., FCA US LLC, University of Michigan, Beaumont Health, Henry Ford Health System, Rock Ventures, Trinity Health, Ascension Michigan, U.S. Postal Service, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan/Blue Care Network, DTE Energy Co., Ilitch companies, Wayne State University, McLaren Health Care Corp., Magna International of America Inc., Comerica Bank, Faurecia North America, Oakland County, ZF North America Inc., Adient plc, Lear Corp., AAA Michigan, Acro Service Corp., MGM Grand Detroit LLC, Flagstar Bancorp Inc., American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc., Continental Automotive Systems U.S. Inc., The Suburban Collection, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., U.S. Farathane, U.S. Steel – Great Lakes Works, IHA Health Services Corp., Oakland University, Art Van Furniture Inc., Eastern Michigan University, General Dynamics Land Systems, Ally Financial Inc., Yazaki North America Inc., Kelly Services Inc., Washtenaw County, Aptiv PLC, Nissan North America Inc., Comau LLC, Strategic Staffing Solutions Inc., Plante Moran PLLC, Bridgewater Interiors LLC, Thomson Reuters, Barton Malow Co., Health Alliance Plan of Michigan, Tower International Inc., Meritor Inc., CMS Energy Corp., Lipari Foods LLC, The Bartech Group Inc., Detroit Manufacturing Systems LLC, RCO Engineering, Soave Enterprises LLC, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, NSF International and Plastipak Holdings Inc.

Medical centers in Detroit include Detroit Medical Center, Advantage Health Centers, Ascension St. John Hospital, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Henry Ford Medical Center – Detroit Northwest and John D. Dingell VA Medical Center.

Getting around Detroit

As a center for manufacturing, Detroit is well served by transport links. Flying into the city will likely use Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) or Windsor International Airport (YQG). DTW is 20 minutes west of the city and accessible by SMART buses as well as roads.

Baltimore Street station handles rail arrivals with Amtrak and Via Rail offering services into the city. The People Mover and QLine offers limited rail transport within the city.

Buses are handled by Greyhound, Megabus and Transit Windsor. Local services are run by the Detroit Department of Transportation and SMART.

Roads are plentiful, if busy, and include several interstates including I-75, I-696, I-96, I-94 and local routes. The city is very busy and rush hour can be a challenge but as it is so spread out, it is difficult to stay here without a car.

Living in Detroit

Detroit is huge and diverse and has something for everyone. From music to history, arts and culture to sports and technology. It’s a real mix of cultures and nationalities, a thriving entertainment scene and global influences.

Neighborhoods in Detroit include Bricktown, Gold Coast, Grand Meyer, Binder Street, Birwood Club, Blackstone/Greenwich, Palmer Park, Palmer Woods, Cecil Ave, Central Belmont, Central Greenfield, Glenwood Grove, Redford Theater District, Regent Park, Riverfront Apartments, East English Village, Eastern Market, Marina, Martin East, Martin , Park, Mcdougall-Hunt, Medical Center, Warren/McGraw, Wayne State, West Mexicantown, Westwood Park, Wildemere Park, Winship Community, Woodbridge, Michigan – Martin, Michigan/McGraw, Miller Grove/Minock Park, Milwaukee Junction, Mohican Regent, MorningSide, Mound/Eight Mile, East Kettering, East Outer Dr, East Village, Eden Gardens, Eight Mile Emerge, Eliza Howell, Elmwood Park, Riverfront Condos, Rivertown – Warehouse District, Romanowski Park, Rosa Parks Blvd, Russell Woods, Grandmont, Grandmont-Rosedale, Grayfield/Glenhurst, Greater Corktown, Greater Sandhill, Central Warrendale, Chandler Park, Clairmont-Woodward, Clark Park, Conant Gardens, Conner Brook, Core City, Pelkey, Pembrooke, Pilgrim Village, Pingree Park, Poletown East, Promenade-Conner-Dickerson, Puritan-Wyoming Triangle, Boston-Edison, Boynton, Brightmoor, Brush Park and Greenfield-Grand River

Things to see and do in Detroit include Renaissance Center, Fisher Building, Guardian Building, Westin Book Cadillac Hotel, Wayne County Building, Corktown, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit Institute of Arts, Hitsville U.S.A., Detroit Historical Museum, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Historic Fort Wayne, Belle Isle, Rouge Park, Campus Martius Park, Casinos, Cruise Ships, the Great Lakes Cruising Coalition.

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