I wrote a few posts and even created a video about amenities in Troy like churches and school districts. In this post, I thought I’d mention some of the other fun things Troy has to offer. After all, many of these items really make a Troy Michigan home worth owning.
Anyone who has driven through Troy’s Big Beaver corridor is familiar with the spectacular view of Somerset Mall. The mall runs the length of Big Beaver and is connected by an elevated walkway that connects the north and south sections. In addition to its upscale anchor stores (Nieman Markus, Saks, Macy’s and Nordstrom), Somerset’s smaller stores undoubtedly combine to form the highest-end stores available in Michigan.
If you’re looking for lunch or dinner in the area, you won’t have to look far. The area includes many casual restaurants and sports bars, such as the new Big Beaver Tavern and Buffalo Wild Wings. There are also a host of luxury establishments to choose from. The Somerset Mall area offers J. Alexander and Capital Grille (both in the north section of the mall) and Ocean Prime, which offers a fantastic patio for summer dining.
One of the biggest benefits of Troy’s nightlife is that it’s in close proximity to Royal Oak and Birmingham, two of the biggest nightlife hotspots in the Detroit metro area. But that doesn’t mean there’s no shortage of things to do at night in Troy. If you’re looking for a hot spot after work, or later in the evening, Kona Grill is usually packed with professionals young and old. If you’re in the mood for something more tropical, Bahama Breeze is just down the street and often hosts live Caribbean music on its enclosed patio.
If you are looking to purchase a home or condo in an area that has a lot of entertainment value, Troy Michigan is a great place to start.