City of Ann Arbor, MI
Ann Arbor is located in Washtenaw County in Michigan. The median income is $53,814 and the median home value is $231,700. The unemployment rate is 7.80% compared to 7.9% for the U.S. as a whole. Workers commute an average of 19.2 minutes each day. The population is 72.8% White, 7.7% Black, 0.2% American Indian, 14.6% Asian, and 4.7% identify as some other race or ethnicity. For more on the schools, healthcare, and getting around in Ann Arbor, see each of the tabs below. For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Ann Arbor has a Walk Score® of 49.
Median Household Income$53,814
Median Home Price$231,700
Ann Arbor’s Main Street was named one of Travel & Leisure’s Greatest Main Streets in America, and it’s clear why the downtown district has gained national attention.
A typical college town, Ann Arbor's best known attraction is the University of Michigan. But don't think there's only fun for undergrads in A2. The university of more than 40,000 students brings arts and culture to a new level, with museums both on and off campus. Museums
Living in a college town is full of perks, and a diverse culinary landscape is one of them. Ann Arbor is full of places to eat, and everything from burgers to sandwiches to fine dining is on the menu. Mani Osteria & Bar
Krazy Jim’s Blimpy Burger has been an Ann Arbor institution for almost 60 years. Locals love the thin patties made from fresh chuck ground by the restaurant daily, and stacking the meat high is encouraged. You can make your burger five patties tall, and many customers go even higher.
When the work week is over or it’s time for vacation, Ann Arbor residents and visitors have a variety of activities to choose from.
Briarwood Mall Ann Arbor’s Briarwood Mall is the spot to shop for well-known retailers, featuring almost 100,000 square feet of space. Shoppers can check out the latest technology at Apple or peruse clothing stores such as J.Crew, Chico’s or LOFT for a fresh style. With more than 120 stores and shops to choose from, the expression “shop until you drop” takes on new meaning at the Briarwood Mall. Downtown Ann Arbor