New ‘aligned living’ campus in Ann Arbor offers fresh digs for tech-savvy professionals
ANN ARBOR, MI — The latest concept in rental housing for working professionals has opened its doors in Ann Arbor, with a full array of amenities for car-free, sustainable living. What makes 4M different than typical apartment living is more common area and amenities — mostly technology — balanced with private spaces, Poscher said. The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t really impacted the launch of the 4M campus, Poscher said. The vast majority of tenants at the 4M campus will have far different needs, objectives and length-of-stay requirements than short-term rental guests, Poscher said. MORE FROM THE ANN ARBOR NEWS:New Ann Arbor council looks for way to keep Airbnb houses in neighborhoods24 Ann Arbor developments to watch in 2021New drawings offer closer look at 22 townhomes proposed on Ann Arbor’s Main StreetAnn Arbor dioxane polluter wants to hit pause on court case while Superfund process plays outAnn Arbor using grant funds to launch new program to help low-income seniorsmlive.com
Ann Arbors 4M campus to mix health living, working and mobility practices
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Leverage the share economy while saving money and living with your team in Ann Arbors latest collaborative space. 4M, pronounced forum, blends coworking, co-living and healthy collaboration together in Ann Arbors Lower Burns Park neighborhood. Residents can enjoy the bonuses of the share economy while living and working in a space focused on healthy collaboration. A rendering of a workspace at the 4M campus. He doesnt anticipate all of the campus townhomes to be fully booked right away, so suites can be set aside for isolation or quarantine if needed.