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Ann Arbor, MI: What you need to know

Ann Arbor draws on a wealth of advantages in talent, location and innovation to craft a dynamic $22 billion economy. With innovation-driven cornerstone industries, including automotive and mobility, life sciences and health care, technology, and data and information, the two-county region of 525,000 benefits from a deep pool of educated talent, world-class research and education assets and a lower cost structure than coastal locations. The University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University help drive entrepreneurial innovation in the region.
 

Ann Arbor, MI City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 116,194
Median Age 28
Median Household Income $55,990
Median Home Price $240,700
Walkscore 49

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Ann Arbor, MI Demographics

Median Population in Ann Arbor, MI

Median Age 27.8%
Age 18 Over 86%
Age 21 Over 72.1%
Age 62 Over 13.2%
Age 65 Over 10.8%

Race in Ann Arbor, MI

  Ethnicity White 72.3%
  Ethnicity Black 7.4%
  Ethnicity Asian 15.5%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 4.4%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.4%
  Ethnicity Other 0.6%

Population By Gender in Ann Arbor, MI

  Male 49.9%
  Female 50.1%

Language in Ann Arbor, MI

  English Only 78.1%
  English Other 21.9%

Economics in Ann Arbor, MI

  Median Household Income $55,990
  Median Home Price $240,700
  Homes Owned 55.2%
  Homes Rent 44.8%
  Median Property Rent $1,063

 
COMMUTE TIME: 19.9 MINUTES
in Ann Arbor, MI

Commute Types in Ann Arbor, MI

  Walked 14.4%
  Worked at Home 6.7%
  Public Transportation 11.2%
  Other Means 5.4%
  Drove Alone 55.6%
  Carpooled 6.7%

49/100
WALK SCORE
for Ann Arbor, MI

 
Total Employed Armed Forces: 55
In Ann Arbor, MI

 
3.6% CIVILIAN VETERANS
in Ann Arbor, MI