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Washtenaw County

Washtenaw County lies in the heart of Southeast Michigan and encompasses a mix of vibrant communities offering an exceptional blend of urban sophistication and natural beauty. Home to the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, and Washtenaw Community College, the county boasts a rich educational landscape that fuels innovation and attracts top talent.

Its diverse economy spans industries such as healthcare, technology, automotive, and manufacturing, making it an ideal destination for businesses seeking a strategic location with access to a skilled workforce and robust support networks.

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Livingston County

Livingston County offers a blend of rural beauty and economic opportunity, making it an attractive destination for businesses seeking a diverse and dynamic environment. With its scenic countryside, vibrant downtown areas, and strong sense of community, Livingston County provides a welcoming backdrop for entrepreneurial endeavors and commercial ventures.

Home to a range of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and agriculture, the county boasts a resilient economy supported by a skilled workforce and strategic location near major transportation routes. Its commitment to quality education, recreational amenities, and sustainable growth enhances the overall quality of life for residents and employees alike.

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Population

365,536
People Within a 45-Minute Commute

Labor Force Participation

67.28%
Michigan: 61.43%

Median Age

34.4
Michigan: 39.9

Median Household Income

$79,200
Michigan: $63,200

Jobs

241,247
Project to Grow by Nearly 9,500 Over the Next 5 Years

Education Level

57.4%
Posses a Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Michigan: 31.1%

Population

196,757
People Within a 45-Minute Commute

Labor Force Participation

65.13%
Michigan: 61.43%

Median Age

43.6
Michigan: 39.9

Median Household Income

$88,900
Michigan: $63,200

Jobs

72,375
Project to Grow by Nearly 5,500 Over the Next 5 Years

Education Level

38.1%
Possess A Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Michigan: 31.1%

Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor stands as a compelling destination not only for visitors and residents but also for businesses seeking a dynamic and supportive environment.

Anchored by the prestigious University of Michigan, Ann Arbor fosters a culture of innovation and collaboration, making it an ideal location for startups, tech companies, and research-based industries. Its vibrant downtown scene, diverse workforce, and access to top-tier talent attract businesses of all sizes, while the city’s commitment to sustainability and quality of life enhances its appeal as a business destination.

Population

123,328

Median Household Income

$85,830

Median Age

27

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

76.6%

Chelsea

Chelsea presents a compelling landscape for businesses seeking a strategic foothold in a community renowned for its blend of charm and economic opportunity.

With its historic Main Street and vibrant local scene, Chelsea offers a welcoming environment conducive to entrepreneurial ventures and commercial growth. Home to iconic institutions like the Chelsea Milling Company, the town boasts a rich heritage and a strong sense of community pride. Its proximity to major transportation routes and the bustling Ann Arbor metropolitan area provides businesses with access to both local and regional markets.

Population

5,424

Median Household Income

$81,762

Median Age

49

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

54.3%

Dexter

Dexter provides a harmonious blend of small-town charm and modern opportunity, making it an appealing destination for businesses seeking a vibrant community setting.

With its quaint downtown district, bustling local businesses, and strong sense of community, Dexter provides a welcoming environment for entrepreneurship and commercial ventures. Home to scenic parks, recreational amenities, and a highly-rated school system, the town attracts families and professionals alike, fostering a diverse and engaged population.

Population

4,707

Median Household Income

$96,772

Median Age

38

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

64.6%

Manchester

Manchester offers a tranquil setting with a distinct blend of rural charm and economic opportunity, making it an attractive destination for businesses seeking a unique locale.

With its historic downtown area, vibrant community events, and scenic surroundings, Manchester provides a welcoming backdrop for entrepreneurial endeavors and commercial ventures. Its proximity to major transportation arteries ensures convenient access to regional markets, while its close-knit community fosters collaboration and support among businesses and residents alike.

Population

1,845

Median Household Income

$78,776

Median Age

47

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

46%

Milan

Milan embodies a blend of historic charm and modern opportunity, making it an attractive destination for businesses seeking a distinctive locale.

With its rich heritage, including landmarks like the historic downtown district and the Hack House Museum, Milan offers a unique backdrop for commercial ventures. Its strategic location near major transportation routes provides convenient access to regional markets, while its close-knit community and family-friendly atmosphere contribute to a high quality of life for residents and employees alike.

Population

6,032

Median Household Income

$82,717

Median Age

37

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

34.5%

Saline

Saline epitomizes small-town charm with a modern edge, making it an appealing destination for businesses seeking a balanced environment.

With its quaint downtown area, thriving local businesses, and strong sense of community, Saline offers a welcoming backdrop for entrepreneurship and commercial ventures. Home to a highly-ranked school district and a variety of recreational amenities, the city attracts families and professionals alike, fostering a diverse and engaged population.

Population

8,683

Median Household Income

$93,862

Median Age

42

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

57.3%

Pittsfield Township

Pittsfield Township offers a distinctive blend of suburban convenience and natural beauty, making it an attractive location for businesses and residents alike.

The township features a mix of residential neighborhoods, commercial centers, and green spaces, including the popular Pittsfield Township Parks system which provides ample recreational opportunities. With its strategic location near major transportation routes and proximity to Ann Arbor, Pittsfield Township offers businesses access to a robust regional market and a skilled workforce.

Population

39,388

Median Household Income

$100,788

Median Age

36

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

62.6%

Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti is home to a compelling fusion of historical significance and contemporary opportunity, making it an enticing destination for businesses seeking a strategic location with a rich community fabric.

With a diverse population and a deep-rooted cultural heritage, Ypsilanti offers a dynamic environment conducive to innovation and growth. Its downtown district pulsates with a mix of local businesses, dining establishments, and artistic ventures, while landmarks like the iconic Ypsilanti Water Tower contribute to its distinctive character. Home to Eastern Michigan University, the city nurtures a pool of skilled talent, further enhancing its appeal as a business hub.

Population

20,017

Median Household Income

$49,148

Median Age

25

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

47.8%

Ypsilanti Township

Population

55,813

Median Household Income

$72,105

Median Age

35

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

40.2%

Scio Township

Population

17,289

Median Household Income

$142,770

Median Age

43

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

70.6%

Brighton

Brighton combines small-town charm with modern amenities, making it an ideal location for businesses seeking a dynamic community setting.

With its vibrant downtown area, bustling commercial corridors, and strong sense of community pride, Brighton offers a welcoming environment for entrepreneurial ventures and commercial growth. Home to a diverse array of industries including healthcare, manufacturing, and technology, the city boasts a resilient economy supported by a skilled workforce and strategic location near major transportation routes. Its commitment to education, recreational opportunities, and quality of life initiatives enhances the appeal for both residents and businesses.

Population

7,564

Median Household Income

$77,434

Median Age

49

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

47.8%

Fowlerville

Fowlerville presents a unique blend of rural tranquility and economic opportunity, making it an appealing destination for businesses seeking a close-knit community atmosphere.

With its quaint downtown district, locally-owned businesses, and strong sense of community spirit, Fowlerville offers a welcoming environment for entrepreneurial endeavors and commercial ventures. Home to a variety of industries including agriculture, manufacturing, and retail, the town boasts a resilient economy supported by a skilled workforce and strategic location near major transportation routes. Its commitment to quality education, recreational amenities, and family-friendly events enhances the overall quality of life for residents and employees alike.

Population

2,891

Median Household Income

$59,791

Mediage Age

37

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

17.6%

Genoa Township

Genoa Township seamlessly blends suburban comforts with rural tranquility, offering businesses an ideal balance of convenience and serenity.

Boasting scenic vistas, thriving residential areas, and a vibrant community spirit, Genoa Township provides a welcoming backdrop for entrepreneurial ventures and commercial enterprises. Its diverse economic landscape, encompassing industries such as retail, manufacturing, and technology, underscores its dynamic potential for growth and innovation.

Population

20,843

Median Household Income

$98,071

Median Age

47

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

43%

Hamburg Township

Hamburg Township exudes a timeless charm and natural beauty that beckons businesses seeking an idyllic yet accessible location.

With its picturesque scenery, quaint downtown areas, and strong community bonds, Hamburg Township offers a welcoming environment for entrepreneurial endeavors and commercial ventures. Its diverse economic landscape, spanning industries from agriculture to tourism, reflects its resilience and adaptability in a changing world.

Population

22,381

Median Household Income

$110,236

Median Age

46

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

46.6%

Handy Township

Handy Township offers a tranquil retreat from urban bustle while providing convenient access to nearby amenities.

With its expansive rural landscapes, tight-knit neighborhoods, and strong community bonds, Handy Township fosters a serene environment for businesses seeking a peaceful yet connected locale. The township’s diverse economic landscape, from agricultural ventures to small-scale manufacturing, reflects its resilience and adaptability.

Population

8,818

Median Household Income

$75,739

Median Age

36

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

23%

Green Oak Township

Population

20,073

Median Household Income

$118,513

Median Age

45

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

45.9%

Howell

Howell stands as a vibrant blend of historic charm and entrepreneurial spirit, making it a standout destination for businesses seeking a distinctive community vibe.

From its storied downtown adorned with historic architecture to its dynamic commercial landscape, Howell offers a unique canvas for entrepreneurial ventures to flourish. Beyond its nostalgic appeal, the city boasts a diverse economy, with sectors ranging from manufacturing to technology, reflecting its adaptability and resilience.

Population

9,860

Median Household Income

$61,235

Median Age

36

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

32.3%

Pinckney

Pinckney stands as a hidden gem, offering a distinctive blend of small-town charm and outdoor adventure that sets it apart as a unique destination for businesses.

Its quaint downtown area, adorned with historic buildings and locally-owned shops, exudes a nostalgic charm that beckons visitors and residents alike. But Pinckney is more than just its picturesque streets – it’s a gateway to outdoor exploration, with access to the Chain of Lakes and miles of hiking and biking trails in the nearby Pinckney Recreation Area. Businesses drawn to Pinckney find not only a welcoming community but also a strategic location primed for growth.

Population

2,306

Median Household Income

$86,473

Median Age

37

Education (Bachelor's or Higher)

31.1%