Crossing one of the two bridges to the island community of Grosse Ile feels as though you are entering a quiet, quaint town in Northern Michigan, while remaining within easy access to the city of Detroit and its suburbs. The township is composed of several Islands in the Detroit River within view of Canada. Its … » Learn More about Moving to Grosse Ile
The city of Riverview is about 4.4 square miles in area and is located along the shoreline of the Detroit River with residential areas located inland of the river. Riverview is home to many recreational events throughout the year. The city hosts Summerfest each year at Young Patriot’s Park with great food, a carnival, fireworks … » Learn More about Moving to Riverview
Because of its location along the Detroit River, Trenton is home to a large boating community. Trenton boasts over 2,000 acres of parks that provide amenities like boat ramps, fishing piers, and open spaces for picnics and sports. The jewel of Trenton’s extensive park system is Elizabeth Park. Founded in 1919, Elizabeth Park is the … » Learn More about Moving to Trenton
A vibrant downtown, historic neighborhoods, and thriving business community make Wyandotte truly the heart of Southeastern Michigan’s Downriver. Located just 10 miles south of Detroit, Wyandotte offers easy access to the city’s economic and cultural resources in a safe, family-oriented environment. Wyandotte’s waterfront is the perfect setting for an idyllic downtown community. A wide variety … » Learn More about Moving to Wyandotte
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