Michigan Office Rental & Leasing
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Top Picks from Michigan Office Space
This center is location in the heart of Ann Arbor and features 26 fully-furnished private offices with all-inclusive pricing. This business center includes a co-working space, two conference rooms... Read More >>
Get to work in Birmingham with a flexible office space on Old Woodward Drive in this iconic corner building. Benefit from a prime location in one of Michigan's most thriving cities, a high-income... Read More >>
This exquisitely furnished business center and corporate location boasts an ideal setting for all kinds of professional business requirements with amazing on-site facilities. Offering fully furnished... Read More >>
Michigan for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Michigan
Michigan is the tenth most populous state and the eleventh largest in the United States (2018 data). The state is known as the centre of the country's automatic industry, and is the home of Ford, General Motors and Chrysler. The three major manufacturers are based in Detroit, Michigan's largest city. At the same time, the state's economy has a large high-technology sector. Research and development thrives in Michigan, partly due to the automatic sector but also because of leading research institutions that make up the state's University Research Corridor (University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University). In addition to Michigan's strategic location in the Great Lakes region, low business taxes and a strong talent pool are helping to drive Michigan's economic recovery and attract businesses to the state. The state also has strong infrastructure that provides a competitive edge for companies, including one of the country's largest airports (Detroit Metropolitan Airport) and 38 deep water ports.