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Auburn Hills Hills, Michigan - 48626

 

Auburn Hills Hills, Michigan

Auburn Hills Hills, Michigan

Auburn Hills Hills, Michigan

 

Aaron Webster, named the town Auburn Hills after Auburn Hills, New York, where the first settlers had come from in 1821. It was often overlooked by business and residential developers but today, as the areas around it grew, it has become part of the Metropolitan Detroit area. It is now one of the fastest growing suburbs of Southeastern Michigan.

Auburn Hills Hills is approximately 30 miles north of Detroit. It is located in Oakland County, near the intersection of I-75 and M-59. The city's population is approximately 17,000 and encompasses an area of 17.5 square miles.

 


Oakland Community, Baker College and the Oakland Technology Park all reside in the city. The Park is 1,100 acres and is zoned specifically for reseach and developement. Some of its occupants include The Chrysler Technology Center, Comerica's computer operations center, and EDS.

In addition, The Palace of Auburn Hills Hills is the home of the Detroit Pistons.

    

 

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