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Farmington residents enjoy upscale amenities, quaint architecture and an ever-improving downtown. At the heart of Farmington sits the Civic Theatre, a landmark old-fashioned movie house that still operates. The city already boasts strong community with festivals, a lively farmer's market and great parks. Plus it plans to aggressively expand its greenspaces downtown, making it even more pedestrian-friendly.
Examining the borders that define metro Detroit
Thursday, June 11, 2015
As the city of Detroit recovers from bankruptcy, county power dynamics shift, and regional issues like water, sewer, transit, education and energy come to the fore, the borders that circumscribe metropolitan Detroit will impact an array of important issues affecting us all.
How downtown Farmington grew a heart
Thursday, November 06, 2014
How does someone talk about the heart of your downtown when there isn't one? That was the problem Farmington was facing. But with community involvement and an assist from the DDA, a former downtown parking lot became the Sundquist Pavilion and Riley Park.
OpEd: Why DDAs should back business development
Thursday, October 09, 2014
Downtown development authorities are commonly known for placemaking projects – capital improvements and programming intended to turn downtowns into gathering spaces. But critics claim such projects aren't translating into sales for local businesses. As such, Annette Knowles, executive director of the Farmington DDA, says business development should be high-priority on the DDA's list.
Municipal Millennials: Three Metro Detroit City Officials Who Are Under 40
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Metro Detroit's city councils and commissions are mostly composed of older citizens. This tends to limit the interests and experiences of those charting their community's future.
Patrick Dunn went in search of a few municipally-minded Millennials to ask what got them involved and how others of their generation might follow suit.
Everything is Illuminated: Intellistreets Evolves the Humble Light Bulb
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Let there be light... and sound and video. Farmington Hills-based Intellistreets is taking Thomas Edison's signature invention to a whole new level, using wireless technology to integrate digital information. It's only fitting that their product now illuminates his Menlo Park laboratory at The Henry Ford.
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Farmington Hills, MI 48334
34500 Grand River Ave
Farmington, MI 48335
Dynamic Computer Corporation
23400 Industrial Park Ct.
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
Ramco Gershenson, Inc.
31500 Northwestern Highway, Suite 300
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
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Farmington Hills, MI 48334
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Farmington Hills archery range targets residents, visitors looking for new things to do
Farmington Hills is upping the outdoor amenities in the city -- there already is an ice rink and performance stage for the community -- by adding an archery range.
Women's boutique opens in downtown Farmington
Luxury movie theater, The Riviera, to open in Farmington Hills
Indie film destination Maple Theater renovates, adds second location
Riley Park ice rink opens in downtown Farmington
House-made, small-batch brews on tap at Farmington Brewing Co.
Farmington Road next big downtown development project
Farmington Brewing Co. builds downtown house of suds
Re-do of Riley Park improves downtown Farmington gathering spot
Musical institution opens new location in downtown Farmington
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Innovation & Job News
Community Choice Credit Union executes second merger of year
Community Choice Credit Union has executed its second merger in four months, expanding its reach even farther across metro Detroit.
S.E.T. Products turns Detroit blight into thriving board-up business
AlphaTherm brings heated windshield wiper fluid to vehicles
Community Choice, NuPath credit unions merge
TSP Enterprises aims to raise $350K to bring pickup truck storage system to market
Morpace adds staff as it diversifies client base
Level One Bank aims for big 2015 after acquiring Lotus Bank
Climate Technologies develops new way of cutting pollution emissions
Community Choice Credit Union creates 50 jobs, set to open new branch
GreenPath credit-counseling organization hires 55 in Michigan
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In the News
The most interesting billionaire in metro Detroit you've probably never heard of
The Wall Street Journal recently profiled Manoj Bhargava, the billionaire behind 5-Hour Energy drinks who plans to give away 90 percent of his wealth and invest in new water and energy technologies.
Source: Wall Street Journal
McClary Bros. delivers on new taste for craft vinegar
Source: Crain's Detroit Business
Metro Detroit home prices climb 20% in June
Source: M Live
"Ask Dr. Nandi-Season 3" films, "American Muscle" TV series premieres in Metro Detroit
Source: Michigan Film Office
Farmington Hills-based Kybba makes Inc. "Build 100" list
Farmington ranks in CNN Money's top 50 best places to live
Source: CNN Money
Oakland County's job market is healthiest in years
Source: University of Michigan News Service
Downtowns say no to blank walls, yes to active facades
Source: Oakland Press
Metro Detroit ranks 14th nationally in percentage job growth
Post-industrial? Detroit needs a new word
Source: Atlantic Cities
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