eMacomb - Featured Article, Summer 2015
Opportunity knocks! Investment open house planned for downtown Mount Clemens
New construction, growing enrollment at Oakland University’s Anton/Frankel Center and increasing demand for walkable spaces make Mount Clemens a community ripe with opportunities. Macomb County Department of Planning & Economic Development is partnering with city officials and area business leaders to host a tour of available buildings in the downtown area.
The event will take place from 2-4 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15. It will begin at Bath City Bistro, 75 Macomb Place and end at Three Blind Mice, 101 N. Main Street.
“Many people think of downtown Mount Clemens as a hub for dining and entertainment,” said Vicky Rad, deputy director of the department. “While that is still true, we are also seeing an infusion of technologically-based businesses that are taking advantage of the city’s affordability and ability to attract and retain talent that wants to work in a vibrant community.”
Overall, more than a dozen properties suitable for office or retail space will be featured on the tour. Also offered is a rare opportunity to tour the Macomb Music Theater, one of the featured available properties.