24977 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield, MI 48076
Phone: (248) 357-9990
Fax: (248) 358-0140
24977 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI, US, 48076
- Phone: (248) 357-9990
- Fax: (248) 358-0140
Southfield Town Center is a landmark in the city. This futuristic complex of high rises spreads across 2,200,000 square feet (204,400 square meters) and house five stunning buildings. The cutting-edge architecture illustrates a modern style replete with golden glass and steel work. Named after their street addresses, skyscrapers include a residential tower, business club, office center, garden atrium, restaurants, boutiques and the Westin Southfield Detroit Hotel. Among them are some of the tallest buildings in the state of Michigan.
Southfield Pavilion is located in the Southfield Municipal Complex. Established in 1978, this events center spreads across 28,152 square feet (2,615 square meters) and can accommodate over 2,000 persons. Several function rooms, state-of-the-art facilities and ample free parking make it a great venue for conferences, conventions, trade shows, exposition, banquets and special events.
The Word of Faith International Christian Center provides a place for all people to come and worship. Anyone is welcome to attend services or any of the events (which include classes on specific topics). Call or see the website for more information.
Well known car rental company that provides a large variety of economy and luxury vehicles at affordable prices.
Congregation Shaarey Zedek is a Conservative synagogue in Southfield, serving the Metro-Detroit area. This is a cultural and social center for the Jewish community in the surrounding areas. Call or see the website for more information.
Established in 1967, Southfield Lathrup High School is one of the oldest senior high schools in the district. Affiliated to the Southfield Public Schools, it boasts a comprehensive education system that meets international standards and features various clubs, art and athletics programs. Their music program and girls basketball team are arguably the best in Lathrup Village.
The Oak Park High School offers students all-round education. It has a strength of around 1100 students. The school encourages sports and is a noted name in the sports circles of the community. Athletics and basketball are the two most noted sports that are played here.
Greater Grace Temple is also known as the City of David and has existed since 1927. It is a place of refuge for the hurt and the lost and a house of prayer, too. Greater Grace Temple is the largest church in Detroit. The new 35-million dollar structure has a banquet hall and conference center and stands in the middle of ten acres (48400 yards) of land. It houses the Ellis Manor Apartments for Seniors, which has 89 independent apartments for the community. It also has a TV production company with cutting edge technology.
Established in 1966, Fellowship Chapel is affiliated with the United Church of Christ. It follows the teaching of Jesus Christ and preaches the same to the people. The chapel has regular activities like choir recitals and also runs a spiritual and social ministry serving the local community. The place also has meeting rooms which are used for regular meets with the pastor.
Berkshire Middle School is a leading school in the area that is known for its values of unity and oneness that it instills in each one of its students. Apart from the various curricular activities that the school conducts, it also emphasizes on the all-round development of the students, teaching them about the arts too.
One of the premier high schools in the city, the Renaissance High School provides comprehensive education in a first-rate facility. As a Silver Medal recipient in the ratings declared by the U.S News and World Report's 2007 list of America's Best High Schools, this high school strives to maintain a pro-learning atmosphere in its institution, and offers an extensive syllabus, spanning a range of subject areas. The campus of the school also was renovated in 2005 to maintain good standards of education, and includes state-of-the-art equipment in its facilities like the computer laboratories, the football field, and the theater. The school also strives to be environmentally conscious, and imbibe the same in its students, by adopting methodologies and technologies like rainwater harvesting and solar power in its premises.
The Northwest Activities Center holds social, cultural, and health-related programs and services for the betterment of the society. These include lectures, workshops, exhibitions, health camps, etc. It also hosts a number of events and concerts. The Paul Robeson Theater and the DeRoy Ballroom are popular event and performance venues. Center is open on Sundays for members only.