Development Opportunity

New Residential Development Land for Sale: North Territorial & Whitmore Lake Road, Whitmore Lake

Prime residential development potential at intersection of US 23 and North Territorial exit just north of Ann Arbor. Northfield Township municipal water and sewer are available and very close to the site. Master planned for 7,500 sf lots with sewer.

For Sale: 70 Acres, $25,000 per acre

For more information, click here or contact Charlie Koenn at (734) 926-0230 or

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New Vacant Land for Sale: 0 Lohr, Ann Arbor

Buildable vacant land on Lohr Rd. included in the Stonebridge Residential and Golf Club – Master Planned Unit Development (PUD). Approx. 10+ acres of additional neighboring land could also be available.

New residential development of this land will require a patient & experienced developer who will work cooperatively with the Stonebridge Homeowners Association, Stonebridge Golf Club and Pittsfield Township and the existing PUD requirements concerning issues related to expansion of existing subdivisions and road access between subdivision and the Stonebridge Golf Club.

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New Downtown Development Site Vacant Land for Sale: 8180 Main, Dexter

– Shovel ready 1.57 acre site
– Mill Creek frontage adjacent to new Mill Creek Park downtown Dexter
– Site planned for 6,107 SF commercial building
– Former building demolished and removed
– Environmentally cleaned with final DEQ approval and BEA in place
– Soil study/borings complete
– Storm/sanitary sewer, natural gas, and electric all available at road
– Former well abandoned with new 5″ well completed
– Tree study conducted with removal of permitted trees completed
– Architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical drawings available
– Traffic study conducted
– Site Plan was approved with City Council & Planning Commission for a Deli, Beer garden, Canoe Livery, storage building.

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New Proposed Retail or Build to Suit for Lease: 639 Hewitt, Ypsilanti

NOW ACCEPTING LETTERS OF INTENT for proposed retail development located at busy intersection at S. Hewitt and Ellsworth Roads in Ypsilanti Township. To be developed and built by PACIFICA COMPANIES, LLC. Can deliver table-top ready to build site, or full turn-key construction.

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New Retail / Development Opportunity for Sale: 2675 Washtenaw Avenue, Ypsilanti

PUTTERZ Golf & Games (formerly “Putt-Putt of Washtenaw”) has been a popular miniature golf & game center for 30+ years and includes three put-putt golf courses, batting cages and indoor arcade and party room. Sale price includes real estate and all FF&E.

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Sold: Downtown Chelsea Redevelopment Opportunity – 301 N. East Street

Sold: 43,752

For more information, please contact Michael L. Jurgenson CCIM at (734) 222 – 7522  or Jeff Evans (734) 926-0222.


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Residential Development Opportunity for Sale: 400 N. Freer, Chelsea

Motivated Seller will consider all offers. 7 acres on the corner of Freer and Trinkle next to Chelsea High School and the Chelsea City limits. Preliminary plans for 40 ranch condominiums. Home and barns on property are obsolete. Value is in land.

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Commercial Development Vacant Land for Sale: 2060 W. Michigan Avenue, Ypsilanti

Value is in the land. Existing single family home now on the site. Adjoining sites may also be for sale. High traffic location near Michigan Ave/I-94 and Ellsworth shopping centers.

For Sale: 0.32 acres, $100,000

For more information, click here or contact Dave Hamilton at (734) 662-3745 or at

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Starting a New Tradition–Tony Caprarese

Tony Caprarese started his 27-year relationship with the community as President and CEO of the Ypsilanti Area Chamber of Commerce. While at the chamber, Tony got to know the small business owners and vast diversity of businesses that drive economic development in Washtenaw County.

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Finding a Career and a Place to Call Home: Jeff Evans of Swisher Commercial

An Unexpected Journey

When Associate Broker Jeff Evans and his wife moved back to Ann Arbor, he didn’t know what to expect.  Would he find a job? Would this community be a great fit for his family? And most importantly, would the Wolverines be any good?

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