Money magazine’s 25th best place to live in the United States, Troy in Michigan is an affluent suburb of Detroit. It may have suffered in past years, but the revival of fortune for the auto manufacturers are seeing the good times roll once more. With a population of about 80,000 it is a major player in the state, and the abundance of upmarket shops and restaurants have made it a prime destination for businesses who want to base themselves in Detroit. As well as playing home to the ubiquitous car makers, Troy now hosts a number of major corporations particularly from the financial and manufacturing sectors. It also has its own business school, Walsh College, together with branches of a number well known universities, producing a highly educated workforce. Interstate 75 cuts through the center of the city, giving easy access to the rest of the state, and a small suburban airport allows direct access for business jets. Our two business centers in Troy, Michigan are both located in distinctive buildings in the sought-after Big Beaver Business Corridor. They offer a wide range of products and services including day office, office space, meeting rooms, video communications and virtual offices, as well as a business lounge. Customers on the move can walk into the business lounge and work in a professional atmosphere, catching up on emails using our free Wi-Fi, meeting customers over a hot drink or working on documents. Our reception teams are on hand to provide administrative services such as printing. The offices and meeting rooms can be configured to a range of styles and are available on flexible terms.