Located in southeast Michigan on the Detroit River between Lake Huron and Lake Erie is the largest city in the state and the tenth-largest in the country, with around 714,000 residents and a metropolitan population of 5.2 million. It is the oldest major city west of the original colonies and the only city in the US that allows you to travel south into Canada. Detroit is the birthplace of the automobile and the home of the "Big 3" (General Motors, Ford and Chrysler). Detroit remains the nucleus of the automobile industry. One of the largest manufacturing cities in the country, Detroit is a leader in steel, fabricated-metal, chemicals, paper products, food and beverages. The health industry is also among the city's leading employers.
A popular section of Detroit for the young and hip is along the riverfront. The Greektown neighborhood is another popular area, with places to grab ethnic foods, coffee and libations of all kinds. The downtown area near Comerica Park and Ford Field is another hotspot as well as the city is home to three casinos.
Fortune 500 Companies: General Motors, Ally Financial, DTE Energy, Ford Motor, TRW Automotive Holdings, Lear, Penske Automotive Group, Masco, Visteon, Autoliv, Borg Warner, Kelly Services, Meritor, PulteGroup, Chrysler Group LLC
Major Employers: Detroit Medical Center, General Motors, Chrysler Group, DTE Energy, Comerica Bank, Quicken Loans
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