Ann Arbor is proud to get the ranking of 42nd among the top 100 places to live for 2008 according to money.cnn.com. Here is a link to the original article visit.
Home to the University of Michigan and a strong high tech infusion in the area has help significantly in fending off depression that has burdened other Michigan areas. The vibrant lifestyle supported by Ann Arbor is complimented by college sports, active art scene and access to Michigan’s fresh water lakes.
Ann Arbor has a population of just over 100,000 including 32% college or graduate students. This large student population fuels the tech field that extends into an active biotechnology presence. Also present in Ann Arbor are some of the major car manufacturers such as General Motors, Toyota, Subaru, and Ford contributing to the employment pool.
Ann Arbor has acquired a nick name of “Tree Town” because to the dense forestation and abundance of parks and green residential areas. This only contributes to the quality lifestyle that Ann Arbor residents enjoy. Meuseums centered on Art, Archeology, and the natural sciences. One of the most motable museums is the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum featuring over 250 interactive exhibits involving science and technology.
After you tour the art scene and take in the parks be sure and visit one of the may fine restaurants in the area. The reputation for fine cuisine extends well beyond the state of Michigan.