With an economy on the rise, there is renewed interest in doing business in Dearborn
The City of Dearborn economic development experts are happy to welcome business professionals hoping to establish, expand or relocate a business in Dearborn.
In an effort to make sure prospective owners have information and access to important tools, the business portion of the city website has been expanded at www.cityofdearborn.org/business.
“Since businesses and entrepreneurs now do much of their research for site selection and planning online, the City wanted to provide convenient access to the information they need to make informed planning decisions when looking to locate in our community,” said Tom Paison, assistant director of the Economic and Community Development Department.
Tools available on the new webpages are:
- Available commercial sites
- Access to business intelligence and site selection data tools provided by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation
- Business district information, maps and property information packets
- A guide to development in Dearborn
- A resource guide for Dearborn businesses and entrepreneurs
- Zoning and ordinance information
- Economic development marketing and business plans
- A Redevelopment Ready Community Certification webpage with links to resources
- Banquet and meeting spaces operated by the City of Dearborn
The City of Dearborn serves a critical role in helping entrepreneurs through the process of opening a new business, working with existing businesses, ensuring a good relationship with the community, complying with local ordinances, and advocating for programs supporting Dearborn's business sector.
For more information, call 313-943-2180 or visit www.cityofdearbon.org/business.
In addition to more well-known projects, many upcoming developments are currently in the review or construction process, including the following:
- 1035 Mason (former Howell’s site) – four story building (first floor commercial, upper floors apartments)
- 13730 Michigan (former Times Herald site) – three story building (first floor commercial, upper floors apartments)
- 13929-13939 Michigan: renovate existing building for a coffee shop and an indoor children’s playscape for a business called “Kidcadia”
- 14526 Warren – renovation and expansion of Golden Bakery
- 6300 Mercury: vacant land near Southfield and Paul to be developed for three hotels and a large restaurant
- 19401 Hubbard (Henry Ford Health System – Fairlane): expansion/renovation of the emergency department and dialysis clinic
- 10413 Ford: construction of multi-tenant commercial center adjacent to the new Sonic and Tim Hortons restaurants
- 2220 N. Telegraph: renovation of building into multiple commercial lease spaces with new front façade
- 3807 Monroe: renovation of building into multiple commercial lease spaces with new front façade
For more information about this and other city projects, visit cityofdearborn.org.