Oakland County is among the top 20 wealthiest counties in the nation, with an average median household income of more than $96,000 a year, and an estimated population of over 1.2 Million.
The county has many advantages to offer developing businesses, among them being their location within the I-75 Corridor and the high volume of residential districts within its borders. This makes commuting, recruiting new employees, and shipping and receiving highly convenient.
Major cities in the area include Rochester Hills, Waterford, Auburn Hills, Birmingham, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Clarkston, Troy, Detroit, Dearborn, Southfield, Royal Oak, and Ferndale.
Waterford Township in particular is close in proximity to the following:
• Oakland County Government Center
• Major highways, including I-75, M-59, I-696, US-24 (Telegraph Road)
• Oakland County Airport
• Oakland University
• McLaren and St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
• Chrysler, GM, and Ford
The Village at Bloomfield is currently being developed on 87 acres located on US-24 (Telegraph Road) and Square Lake Road, approximately 2 miles from the OCBC. The development will include an Aldi, Hampton Inn Hotel, an 83,000-square-foot Henry Ford Health System campus and a two-story Menard’s.