Ann Arbor, MI
Ann Arbor is a community on a roll, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. Google, TD Ameritrade, Nokia and a number of other globally known companies have a major presence in the region. What’s drawn them here, you might ask? Well, the “A’s” in the city’s name are a pretty good hint. Ann Arbor is highly educated – about 55% of adults have at least a bachelor’s degree – and the University of Michigan continues to churn out even more. But the region’s perks don’t stop there: the area has greenery galore, with 100,000 trees dotting its streets and parks. Plus, it boasts a number of must-attend festivals, farmers markets, eateries and outdoor recreation activities.
8 Reasons to Move to Ann Arbor, MIAnn Arbor provides plenty to do for new residents, regardless of age or interest
Why Ann Arbor, MI is One of the Best Places to Live in AmericaGreat schools. Gorgeous parks. Job opportunities. Friendly people. Is it any wonder Ann Arbor is our #1 Best Place to Live in 2018?
Ann Arbor Regional Economic Development
Ann Arbor draws on a wealth of advantages in talent, location and innovation to craft a dynamic $22 billion economy.
Ann Arbor's Prime Location Draws Innovative TalentA lower cost of living and high quality of life are attracting tech startups to the city.
Knowledge is Power For Ann Arbor's Business ClimateLearn how highly skilled talent is fueling Ann Arbor’s strong economy.
The Public Typewriter That Brought Ann Arbor's Community TogetherWhat happens when you put a public typewriter in a literary city's most beloved bookstore? People pour their hearts out, one letter at a time.
Ann Arbor Paints A Lively And Diverse Arts SceneAnn Arbor's creative culture flourishes in galleries and public spaces
Ann Arbor Rankings
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