A mix of Michigan history and the contemporary, Downtown Rochester offers Michiganites a variety of shopping, dining,…More acitivies and services.
Overseen by the Rochester Downtown Development Authority, downtown Rochester features more than 350 restaurants, businesses, shops and salons. Most business and services in downtown are independently owned.
Business available include, but are not limited to, book stores, clothing shops, ice cream parlours, galleries and gift shops. Every location holds individual hours.
For more information on Downtown Rochester, visit its website or call the Rochester Downtown Development Authority with questions, comments and concerns.
Great Oaks Apartments 940 Oakwood Dr, Rochester, MI48307 Great Oaks Apartments are just a few blocks away from all the entertainment Downtown Rochester has to offer, from…More history to nightlife and art to dining. Located on Oakwood Drive, just north of Walton Boulevard, they are conveniently located near local neighborhood shopping, like the charming shops of Rochester and Great Lakes Crossing. Great Oaks Apartments offers comfortable apartments that provide spacious living areas, additional storage, and beautiful details for all the comforts of a home.
Woodside Apartments 250 Hampton Cir, Rochester Hills, MI48307 Woodside Apartments offer luxurious units and town homes that provide spacious living areas, additional storage and…More elegant details for all the comforts of living. Located on Hampton Circle, just off of Rochester Road, the complex is less than a five-minute drive from all forms of entertainment, from history to nightlife, art to dining. Woodside Apartments offer convenient neighborhood shopping, the charming shops of Rochester, and Great Lakes Crossing are nearby.
Pixley Funeral Home 322 W University Dr, Rochester, MI48307 The Pixley Funeral Home, located in downtown Rochester, has a long history in the community. It was started in the 1890s…More and continues today as part of the national Dignity Memorial network of funeral homes.