Properties Of Madison Heights City

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270 E 13 Mile Rd. #43
Madison Heights

664 sq.ft

1 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

 Garage


$ 900

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109 W. Rowland
Madison Heights

1240 sq.ft

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

2 Garage


$ 0

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29445 Herbert
Madison Heights

1044 sq.ft

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

2 Garage


$ 160000

Madison Heights Property Management

Madison Heights is a city located in Oakland County. This suburb of Detroit was originally included as part of Royal Oak Township. Madison Heights was incorporated as a city in 1955 and then chartered later that same year, becoming Oakland County's tenth city government. The first city hall was located on John R. Road in place of the former township offices. In 1963, a new municipal building was constructed at the present day location on Thirteen Mile Road.

Madison Heights is located in the Interstate 696 (I-696) and I-75 corridor, and is a part of Oakland County's Automation Alley. Although the city may not be extremely large in area, it is proud to be home to more than 1,300 businesses. Some of the businesses in the city include: Twenty-three shopping centers, eleven hotels, more than 860,000 square feet of office space, and seven industrial parks. The city boasts about its high number of local businesses in addition to big-name corporations located within its limits. Some very prominent large corporations operate a branch of the company out of Madison Heights. Some of the highly popular companies that base a branch out of the city include: Coca Cola, Costco, CVS Pharmacy, Home Depot, Sam's Club, UPS, and several others.

The estimated population of Madison Heights is approximately 30,028 people. The city consists of 7.09 square miles of total area - giving it a population density of about 4,237.4 inhabitants per square mile. The estimated household income in $40,820 per year, while the per capita income is around $22,740 per year. The median sales price of homes in the area is $80,300 and the median gross rent is $763 per month. The unemployment rate is 7.20%. The number of residents currently living below the poverty line equals roughly 23.9% of the total population.

The City of Madison Heights realizes just how important community involvement and happiness is to the success of a city. For this reason, Madison Heights has continually applied for funding to expand the city's parks and recreational areas. There is currently a five-year plan in place to develop more recreational areas. In addition to the countless programs and events offered to the residents of the area, Madison Heights also consists of: Fourteen parks, a recreation complex, and a nature center - among many other activities.

Madison Heights is served by schools in two separate school districts. Madison District Public Schools and Lamphere Public Schools both operate schools that cover the Madison Heights area and therefore serve students from the city. In addition to the public school district schools located in or near Madison Heights, there are also other learning facilities found within the city. Four Corners Montessori Academy is a public charter school located in Madison Heights, and Bishop Foley Catholic High School is a private school also located in Madison Heights.

Public resources other than parks, recreation area, and school districts also serve Madison Heights. The Madison Heights Public Library serves the city and other surrounding areas. Located on Thirteen Mile Road, the library is open six days a week. The mission of the Madison Heights Public Library is "To provide access to information which meets the educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community." (http://www.madison-heights.org) The Madison Heights Public Library is part of The Library Network, and strives to provide resources to residents of the community that they may not otherwise has access to. Offering programs and events such as story times, book clubs, reading at the park parties, summer reading programs (with incentives), movie nights, and much more - the Madison Heights Library is succeeding in its goal to keep kid and teens interested in reading, especially during the summer months. Finally, medical centers are often the least discussed public resources, yet they are the most important. The choice in a medical facility is one that shouldn't be taken lightly - a decision should be made only after all the options have been considered. Providing a wide selection of healthcare centers, Madison Heights wants residents to choose the one that suits their personal situation the best. Options in medical facilities in and around Madison Heights include: John R Medical Clinic, St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Madison Heights Campus, Oakland Family Practice: Urgent Care, Get Well Urgent Care of Madison Heights, and several others including specialty clinics.

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