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Our Offices & Communities

Communities where Warner Norcross offices are located, at a glance:

Living in Michigan

  • Great people: Midwest charm in small towns and cosmopolitan cities
  • Great cities that consistently rank among the nation’s best places to live, work, play and retire
  • Great Lakes: Michigan borders four Great Lakes, has more coastline than California, Florida and Hawaii combined, 10,000 inland lakes and 36,000 miles of rivers
  • Four seasons, sometimes all in one day
  • Home of the world’s largest art competition (ArtPrize)
  • Home of “The most beautiful place in America”—Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
  • We own da U.P. (If you live here, you understand. If not, pay us a visit and we’ll explain.)
  • The only state where you can navigate on your hand
  • Game on: Four pro sports teams in Detroit (Lions, Tigers, Red Wings and Pistons) and one of the nation’s most intense rivalries (University of Michigan vs. Michigan State) make it a haven for sports junkies
  • Population: 190,411
  • Population ages 25–34: 17%
  • Median housing price: $113,900
  • Average commute: 19.3 minutes
  • Higher education: Grand Valley State University, Ferris State University, Aquinas College, Calvin College, Cornerstone University, Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids Community College, Michigan State University
  • Our Grand Rapids Office
    • 150 Ottawa Avenue, Suite 1500, NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503-2832
    • Phone: 616.752.2000
    • We're proud to be a founding member of the Managing Partners Diversity Collaborative and the GRab LAW initiative to attract the best and most diverse talent to West Michigan

  • Detroit population: 673k people with a median age of 35
  • Detroit is Michigan's largest and most populous city
  • Residents of Detroit travel SOUTH to Canada!
  • The Ambassador Bridge links Detroit to Windsor, ON and is the single busiest border crossing in North America. The Detroit Windsor Tunnel was the first traffic tunnel that connected two nations.
  • Higher Ed in Detroit: Wayne State University, University of Detroit Mercy, Marygrove and Center for Creative Studies. The city is also home to satellite campuses for University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Central Michigan and Lawrence Tech.
  • Detroit was home to the first mile of concrete highway, the first four-way three-color traffic light and the world’s first urban freeway.
  • Detroit is the birthplace of techno music
  • Our Detroit Office
    • 2715 Woodward Avenue, Suite 300, Detroit, Michigan 48021
    • Phone: 616.546.6000
    • Directions
  • Macomb County population: 854,769
  • Median housing price: $134,700
  • Population ages 25-34: 12.2%
  • Average commute time: 26.7 minutes
  • Higher education: Macomb Community College
  • Our Macomb County Office
    • 45000 River Ridge Drive, Suite 300, Clinton Township, Michigan 48038-5582
    • Phone: 248.784.5199
    • Directions

  • Population: 42,020
  • Population ages 25-34: 12.8%
  • Median housing price: $138,800
  • Average commute time: 15.5 minutes
  • Higher education: Central Michigan University, Northwood University
  • Our Midland Office
    • 715 East Main Street, Suite 110, Midland, Michigan 48640-5382
    • Phone: 989.698.3700
    • Directions

  • Population: 37,046
  • Population ages 25-34: 14.9%
  • Median housing price: $70,000
  • Average commute time: 18.6 minutes
  • Higher education: Muskegon Community College, Baker College of Muskegon
  • Our Muskegon Office
    • 700 Terrace Point Road, Suite 350, Muskegon, Michigan 49443-0900
    • Phone: 231.727.2600
    • Directions
    • We're proud to be a founding member of the Managing Partners Diversity Collaborative and the GRab LAW initiative to attract the best and most diverse talent to West Michigan

  • Population: 75,092
  • Population ages 25-34: 15%
  • Median housing price: $99,900
  • Average commute time: 17.8 minutes
  • Higher education: Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College
  • Our Kalamazoo Office
    • 401 East Michigan Avenue, Suite 200, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007-5842
    • Phone: 269.276.8100
    • Directions

  • Population: 113,996
  • Population ages 25-34: 17.7%
  • Median housing price: $90,000
  • Average commute time: 19.3 minutes
  • Higher education: Michigan State University; Lansing Community College
  • Our Lansing Office
    • 120 North Washington Square, Suite 410, Lansing, Michigan 48933-1617
    • Phone: 517.679.7400
    • Directions
  • Population: 33,279
  • Population ages 25–34: 14.3%
  • Median housing price: $123,000
  • Average commute time: 15.9 minutes
  • Higher education: Hope College
  • Our Holland Office
    • 99 East Eighth Street, Suite 200, Holland, Michigan 49423-3562
    • Phone: 616.396.9800
    • Directions
    • We're proud to be a founding member of the Managing Partners Diversity Collaborative and the GRab LAW initiative to attract the best and most diverse talent to West Michigan

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