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Pontiac is a city in its own right, with a downtown to match. Live music venues, unique restaurants, off-the-hook clubs, avant-garde galleries? Check, check, check, check. Plus, there is quality historic housing stock that is actually affordable.

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In Pontiac, historic neighborhoods are key to city's revival

Pontiac's historic neighborhoods are not only testaments to the city's former economic and industrial might, but also to its potential for future redevelopment.

A South Willard Street home in Unity Park

Unity Park is Part of Pontiac's Ongoing Revitalization Efforts

Community Housing Network is nearly finished building 32 rental homes in southeast Pontiac’s Unity Park neighborhood that offer residents close proximity to downtown and introduce greater affordable housing options into Pontiac and Oakland County, and they are already planning on additional development phases.

Saginaw Street Consignments

Saginaw Street Consignments is Vintage Pontiac

Saginaw Street Consignments is a vintage store located 150 N. Saginaw St. that sells previously-owner furniture, lighting, fine china, artwork, designer handbags, jewelry, vintage audio equipment, and other housewares and accessories. Co-owner April Ogg-Ivankovich’s family has owned and operated the downtown Pontiac building for over 50 years. 

Michigan 50 Companies to Watch

L. Brooks Patterson honors Michigan's 50 Companies to Watch

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson honored nine local businesses for being named among “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch.”

Freshwater Metropolis

Daylighting the Clinton River

Few people realize it, but there is a river running through downtown Pontiac - or at least there was. For years the idea of daylighting the Clinton River in downtown Pontiac has been kicked around. Here Matthew Lewis and Oren Goldenberg explore the possibilities that daylighting could bring to Pontiac. 
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