Living in Ann Arbor

Living in Ann Arbor

 

CONSISTENTLY VOTED ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY IN THE UNITED STATES

The City of Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan — one of the finest universities in the world and premier medical schools in the country.

Ann Arbor Michigan Theater

As a four-season city, residents participate in the many outdoor recreation options available, like taking in the fall splendor of changing leaves while canoeing on the Huron River, cross-country skiing at a local park, browsing the Ann Arbor Antiques market in the fresh spring air, and hitting a round at one of the many golf courses in the area.Nestled along the banks of the Huron River and located 45 miles west of downtown Detroit, Ann Arbor offers a unique blend of city sophistication and small-town charm that appeals to students and professionals, singles and families. It is an ethnically diverse and culturally rich Midwestern enclave that attracts visitors and residents from all over the world.

Ann Arbor Arboretum River

Great schools, charming neighborhoods and enriching families to grow. Kiplinger has ranked AnnArbor as No. 2 among the “10 Great Cities for Raising Families.” Within a short drive, there are several small towns that offer shopping, restaurants and fun places to play. Chelsea, Dexter, Dixboro, Milan, Plymouth, Saline and Tecumseh are perfect destinations for an afternoon of exploring. 

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