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A Unique & Thriving Culture

From performing arts to lush parks, downtown excitement to waterfront walks, jam-packed college football games at the largest football stadium in the world to scenic strolls through woods and trees, the thriving city of Ann Arbor, Michigan has it all! Explorers, history buffs, thrillseekers, foodies… everyone has a place here.

And did you know that not only is Ann Arbor one of the Best Places to Live, it's also one of the Best Places to Retire!

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Why Do Residents Choose Ann Arbor?

Small-Town Feel with Big-City Attractions

With 115,000 residents, Ann Arbor is the 6th largest city in Michigan, enjoying a small-town feel with the resources and attractions of a much larger city. Its bustling Main Street is listed among Fodor’s Best Main Streets in America for its quaint shops, diverse dining options, and exciting entertainment opportunities. Events such as the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Ann Arbor Arts Fairs, or Taste of Ann Arbor provide plenty of unique culture, along with a plethora of museums, galleries, theatre and live music venues, and more! It’s not hard to see why recently ranked Ann Arbor in the Top US Towns Most Worthy of a Day Trip!

Plenty of Employment Opportunities

For those seeking employment, look no farther than Ann Arbor. As the home of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor offers a wealth of opportunities, both within the university and with other businesses who’ve been drawn to the city for the university. Top industries include medical, education, research, and automotive, with the University of Michigan Medical Center, the University of Michigan, and Eastern Michigan University all ranking among the largest employers in the area. Additionally, organizations such as SPARK promote the growth and development of startup and local businesses. It’s not hard to see why Forbes ranked Ann Arbor #2 in the top 20 Happiest Cities to Work In

Lush Parks & Recreational Opportunities

It’s not hard to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors in Ann Arbor! Lush parks, miles of trails and bike paths, even lakes and rivers provide every opportunity imaginable, from golf and polo to boating and paddling to swimming and fishing to skating and sports. So get outside and hike, bike, and explore!

Plenty of Amenities

Posh shopping centers, local and chain restaurants, even farmers markets and local orchards… Ann Arbor offers plenty of amenities that make shopping, dining, and finding services easy. In fact, it was named the 13th Best City to Live by Livability in 2015—beating out 87 other cities on the list of 100!

Additionally, the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers were named among the Top 100 Hospitals in America!

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Top-Notch Public Schools

Students of Ann Arbor are served by Ann Arbor Public Schools, a top-rated and highly impressive district, boasting some of the highest test scores in the area.

Ann Arbor Attractions

Ann Arbor Resident Resources

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Ann Arbor experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

Quick Facts

Population (2014): $117,770
Population Change Since 2000: +3.3%
Zip Codes: 48103, 48104, 48105, 48108, 48109
Median Home Value (2013): $232,300
County: Washtenaw
School District: Ann Arbor Public Schools

Travel Times

Detroit: 45 min
Lansing: 1 hr
Toledo: 1 hr

Highways: I-94, US-23, MI-14, US-12, US-23

Top Attractions

University of Michigan - Michigan Stadium
Downtown Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Art Fair
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Michigan Theater
Explore the History of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor for Young Professionals

According the the Next Generation Consulting, Ann Arbor is one of the best places to live for young professionals. NGC has studied the residential and relocation patterns of 20-40 years olds since 1998, and has developed a one-of-a-kind indexing system that evaluates a city based on the assets that are important to next gen workers.

The seven criteria used were:

  1. Earning
  2. Learning
  3. Vitality
  4. Around Town
  5. After Hours
  6. Cost of Lifestyle
  7. Social Capital

According to NRC, "The next generation is very savvy about choosing where they'll live. They look carefully at quality of life factors like how much time they're going to spend in traffic commuting, if they can live near a park or hike-and-bike trail, and whether a city's downtown stays awake after five."

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Ann Arbor Real Estate

From sports to arts and culture to historic architecture to quiet trails and parkland along the Huron River, Ann Arbor is a truly amazing place to call home. Find your perfect place today by contacting Missy Caulk for more information on real estate and homes for sale in Ann Arbor.

Neighborhoods and Condo Buildings

Polo Fields home
$250,000 - $450,000
Sq Ft: 2,000 - 3,000
Briar Hill styles of homes
$300,000 - $550,000
Sq Ft: 2,000 - 4,000
$250,000 - $1,000,000
Sq Ft: 1,250 - 5,000
$250,000 - $450,000
Sq Ft: 1,750 - 3,000
$300,000 - $600,000
Sq Ft: 2,000 - 4,000
$250,000 - $550,000
Sq Ft: 2,000 - 3,500
$500,000 - $1,000,000
Sq Ft: 2,750 - 8,000
$275,000 - $400,000
Sq Ft: 1,500 - 2,500
$400,000 - $850,000
Sq Ft: 2,250 - 6,000
$350,000 - $1,000,000
Sq Ft: 2,000 - 6,000
Based on information from the Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service through 11/17/18 11:59 AM.

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