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Wolcott Mill

Outdoors

Metro Detroit is full of beautiful parks with plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. From waterfront parkland to serene wooded areas, metro Detroit is full of natural beauty to explore through hiking, biking, and a variety of other outdoor activities.

Urbane Lofts

Housing

From stylish, modern new lofts in renovated high-rises to sprawling historic old mansions and 19th-century row houses, metro Detroit's housing stock is as diverse as its population. For those looking to buy, trulia.com and zillow.com are good places to start. For renters, start with this list of rental properties below. 

Rust Belt Market

Shopping

In metro Detroit you will find a surprising number of independently-owned clothing boutiques, record shops, sneaker stores, rare book stores, home goods stores, and stores of eccentricity. Below are some of the highlights of metro Detroit's most retail-rich neighborhoods. 

Detroiters biking to work

Getting Around

Whether by planes, trains, or automobiles, metro Detroit gets around. Hop on a bus, take the train, park your car, or ride your bike and enjoy. 

ArtRoad, Edison Elementary

Service

Volunteering is a great way to become more actively involved in your community and to meet new people with the same interests as you. Volunteer opportunities at metro Detroit organizations run the full gamut from arts and outdoor recreation to philanthropy and youth mentoring. Take a look at some of these community groups and nonprofit organizations listed below to see which might be the best fit for you.

The Crofoot

Sports and Entertainment

Whether you want to be more artsy or more fartsy, there's something for everyone to do in metro Detroit! 

Imperial

Bars & Cafes


Monk

Restaurants


Downtown Ferndale

Urban Living


The Maker Faire in Dearborn

Family


Arts, Beats & Eats in downtown Royal Oak

Annual Events


Cranbrook School

Education

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