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Howell, Michigan is situated in the affluent central Michigan market and is the county seat of Livingston County, the fastest-growing county in Michigan. Howell's historic downtown is a treasure trove of 19th century architecture. Throughout the year, popular festivals and cultural celebrations attract many visitors to the area.
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  • 1475 N Burkhart Road
    Howell, MI 48855
  • 314,438 S.F.
    Gross Leasable Area
  • 6,160,439
    Population (60 miles)
  • Highway 59 - 23,276
    I-96 - 63,854
    Daily Traffic Count
  • 4,346,486 - Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MI
    MSA Population
  • Lansing, MI (30 miles)
    Detroit, MI (52 miles)
    Major Cities
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  • Howell is located within one hour of 6.5 million shoppers. The region is home to research institutions, education power houses, and major cultural and recreational opportunities. 
  • Howell is located along interstate I-96, the state’s main east/west artery from Detroit to Grand Rapids, traveled by 20M cars annually.
  • Livingston County is the fastest-growing, best-educated and wealthiest community in Michigan.
  • The property is situated along “The University Corridor”, including the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Eastern Michigan University and Wayne State University.
  • Livingston County boasts nearly two dozen public and private golf courses, an indoor/outdoor soccer facility and Mt. Brighton Vail Ski Resort.
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Median Age
Average Household Income
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Females 77% 75%
Average Age 45.2 46
Average Household Income $97,274 $91,837
Race-Caucasian 71% 71%
Race-Hispanic or Latino 3% 5%
Race - African American 4% 7%
Race - Asian 11% 7%
Marital Status- married 73% 73%
Local Resident Shoppers 58% 58%
Tourist (self-defined) 12% 42%
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Shopping Frequency (trips per yr) 7.7 8.2
Percentage of First Time Visitors 11% 17%
Avg # of Stores Visited 7.1 8.7
Avg # of Stores Purchased In 3.6 4
% of shoppers making a purchase 91% 95%
Length of Shopping Visit 123 minutes 129 minutes
Average Size of Shopping Party 2.5 3.1
Average Shopping Expenditure $213 $243
Average Perceived Savings 34% 36%
Additional demographic information
and statistics are available in the leasing packet.
Additional demographic
information and statistics are
available in the leasing packet.