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Royal Oak

Royal Oak
Royal Oak
Many cities have Main Streets, but everyone in Metro Detroit finds their way to Royal Oak's. Its multitude of dining options and nightspots lure in the crowds around the clock, but the city's charming bungalows, high-end lofts and townhouses, as well as plentiful parks, are what make it a premier residential borough.

Royal Oak Features

The Beaumont Neuroscience Center of Excellence consolidates services in new $22 million building

Beaumont Health System has unveiled the new $22 million, 80,000-square-foot Beaumont Neuroscience Center of Excellence at their Royal Oak campus, a comprehensive consolidation of multiple neurological services for children and adults.

Urbanizing Metro Detroit's Suburbia

The lines between suburban and urban are finally blurring in some Metro Detroit communities. And none too soon. Though our region ranks last in terms of urban revitalization among the 25 largest metros, things are looking up. "You're moving in the right direction," says Christopher Leinberger, senior fellow at The Brookings Institution.

Why They Sit on Their Local School Boards

Let's face it, being a school board member can be a tough and thankless job, especially if you have kids enrolled in the very educational system you help to oversee. To get an insider's view, Metromode's Amy Kuras chats with parents of school-age kids who also serve as school board members in Dearborn, Northville and Royal Oak.

Ink Detroit and I Love Michigan are all About Local Pride

Got love for our Great Lakes State? Show it with locally-designed and manufactured apparel by Royal Oak-based Ink Detroit and the I Love Michigan Shop. Paul Marcial and Steve Mansour have been putting Deeeee-troit and Michigan pride on T-shirts since 2005. 

Walking The Talk: ISCG Creates Its Own Inspired Workplace

ISCG in Royal Oak has long been designing workplaces for clients with an eye toward rehabilitation and re-use. Last year the firm put its money where its mouth was and became its own client. The building? The discarded Royal Radio building on Main Street. The results speak for themselves.
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