Home to the coveted University of Michigan and voted one of the #1 cities to raise a family, Ann Arbor regularly receives national attention as one of the best places to live in the United States. Downtown Ann Arbor is a bustling hub with endless opportunities for education, recreation, entertainment, and career. One of the most environmentally friendly cities around, Ann Arbor takes great measures toward the preservation of the city’s green space. Ann Arbor is an ideal place to live, learn, work, and raise a family.
Ann Arbor Hills

One of the most distinguished and sought-after neighborhoods in Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor Hills is known for its beautiful historic and newly built homes on spacious wooded lots.
Ashley Mews

Built in the early 2000s, these elegant brick brownstones sit on the southern end of downtown Ann Arbor - the perfect distance to both the hustle and bustle of downtown and the University of Michigan campuses.
Ashley Terrace

This 9-story luxury high-rise sits majestically at the corner of W. Huron Street and Ashley Street on the west side of downtown Ann Arbor.
Barclay Park

Located on the growing northeast side of Ann Arbor, Barclay Park combines the elegance of brownstone-style townhome living with plenty of community amenities and a convenient location near public transit and nearby highways.
Brentwood Square

Walk to Whole Foods, Panera Bread, and Arborland restaurants and shopping from this quiet community of 80 brick townhomes on the east side of Ann Arbor.
Burns Park

If you're looking to live in a quintessential Ann Arbor neighborhood full of architectural history and a welcoming sense of community, Burns Park is the perfect place for you!
Kensington Woods

Enjoy all that Ann Arbor has to offer with Scio Township taxes in Toll Brothers' newest luxury development, Kensington Woods.
Liberty Lofts

This exclusive complex was reimagined from an automotive parts factory into 68 luxurious loft-style residences in 2005.
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