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Capital City. Where “Oldsmobile” was born.

Small town atmosphere and Big City life!! Here is a sense of place for everybody and great amenities with short commutes. Being the 6th largest city in Michigan; Lansing offers more than you could ever imagine.

The Michigan Capitol Building is a magnificent piece of Lansing history that lies at the city’s core. The building is ornate and easily one of the most unique buildings you will encounter from its glass floor to the hand painted walls. Right next door you can find Michigan History Museum, which has rare exhibits of Michigan’s past and the confluence of the Grand and the Red Cedar Rivers.  

Where Oldsmobile was born, and will always be a household name. For over a century beginning in 1897, Oldsmobile produced millions of cars throughout the nation but in 2004 General Motors pulled the plug on this model. It was the end of the era but wasn’t the end of General Motors. The auto industry remains strong in Lansing where 2 GM plants; the Lansing Grand River Plant and the Delta Township plant are in production and thriving.

The insurance industry is thriving and one of the fastest growing sectors in the county. Lansing is home to 5 major headquarters; Jackson National, Delta Dental, Farm Bureau Insurance, Accident Fund and Auto Owners bringing more people to the area and making Lansing one of the best and one of the most affordable places to live.          

Lansing offers a variety of colleges including Lansing Community College, Davenport College, Thomas M. Cooley Law School and right down the street, Michigan State University home of the MSU Spartans drawing a youthful, well-educated population.

Lansing is well-known for festivals and events held throughout the year. Many heritage- and holiday-themed festivities in fall and winter, arts and crafts shows in the spring and beer and food and music festivals in the summer including the Lansing Jazzfest, the Old Town Michigan Bluesfest, along with the Common Ground Festival at Adado Riverfront Park with is a week-long musical event held every year in July. Musical acts that have graced the stage have been The Beach Boys, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Steve Miller Band just to name a few.

Downtown Lansing is where you want to be with endless possibilities of entertainment and fun.

The historic Potter Park Zoo filled with over 500 animals where there is always something new and exciting to see and lies along the Red Cedar River. Also, the Impression Five Science Museum, a labor of love and a must for every child where they bring science to life.

If you are a sports fanatic, Lansing won’t disappoint. “Go Nuts” as you root for the Lansing Lugnuts Minor League Baseball Team at Cooley Law Stadium. Family fun with affordable prices.

Lansing area is also known for its golf courses in and around the greater Lansing area including Hawk Hollow which is one of Mid-Michigan’s premier championship golf courses,

Take a stroll on the Lansing River Trail stretching from Waverly Road to Old Town and even into MSU. Take a quite paved walk or bike ride in the heart of Lansing with picturesque views. Eeclectic Old Town is where you will find colorful streets and trendy boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants    


Whether you’re looking for Food, Culture, Diversity, Arts…. Lansing has what your heart desires and everything that makes a community a great place to live.


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  • 816 Listings For Sale
  • $111,732 Average Listing Price
  • $77 Average Listing Price per Square Foot
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