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Home to one of the country’s preeminent institutions of higher learning, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is a city with a distinctly college-town atmosphere. Much of the campus is adjacent to and intermixed with the city's downtown district. Because the campus and the city expanded side-by-side, there is often no firm divide between the two, with university buildings scattered through much of the city center.
While the university is the dominant presence in Ann Arbor, Domino’s Pizza, Google, Thomson Reuters and Trinity Health are also located there.
Culturally, Ann Arbor considers itself a renaissance city and has many attractions and events sponsored by the University of Michigan. Several performing arts groups and facilities are on the university's campus, as are museums dedicated to art, archaeology, and natural history and sciences. Regional and local performing arts groups not associated with the university include the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre; the Arbor Opera Theater; the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra; the Ann Arbor Ballet Theater; the Ann Arbor Civic Ballet; and Performance Network, which operates a downtown theater offering new or non-traditional plays. Multiple art galleries also exist in the city, notably in the downtown area and around the university campus.
A thoroughly intellectual town, Ann Arbor ranks first among U.S. cities in the number of booksellers and books sold per capita. The city is also home to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library.
Naturally, Ann Arbor has a major scene for college sports, as the University of Michigan is a member of the Big Ten Conference. Several well-known college sports facilities exist in the city, including Michigan Stadium. Commonly referred to as "The Big House," it is the largest American football stadium in the world with a 107,601 seating capacity. In addition, Crisler Arena and Yost Ice Arena play host to the school's basketball and ice hockey teams.
Its bustling downtown, with restaurants, shopping and art galleries, along with its bucolic neighborhoods give Ann Arbor a sense of quaint charm. Many of the city’s homes boast pre-war character and its tree-lined streets lend themselves to a feeling of small town Americana. Ann Arbor is also home to many luxury home communities as the city has grown outward from the downtown area. Several luxury communities have taken root in the last 15 years and have increased property values to well above the state median price.
The city is belted by three freeways: I-94, which runs along the southern portion of the city; US-23, which primarily runs along the city’s eastern edge; and M-14, which runs along the northern edge of the city. Ann Arbor is approximately 45 minutes from downtown Detroit and 20 minutes from Wayne County’s Metropolitan Airport, which is the main airport for the Southeast Michigan region.