The Southfield City Centre district is the roughly triangular area defined by Evergreen Road, Interstate-696 and the Lodge Freeway (M-10). The district’s boundary extends outward from this triangle in two places to include Southfield’s Municipal Campus and Lawrence Technological University (A new national study of the value of a college education placed Lawrence Technological University fourth in Michigan and in the top 7 percent of 4,500 colleges surveyed by the U.S. Department Education for its 2019 College Scorecard).
Originally created in 1992, the Special Assessment District provides for the operation, maintenance, promotional and development activities within the Southfield City Centre District, including developing pedestrian amenities and facilitating economic development.
The Southfield City Centre area has 13,000 office workers and five universities and colleges. The entire City of Southfield is home to more than one hundred Fortune 500 companies. Businesses and residents are attracted to Southfield because of its central location, great public services, and easy access to freeways.
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