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Pittsfield Village Condominiums

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2220 Pittsfield Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Business Overview

We are a community of vintage townhome style condominiums built in 1945 designed by architect Charles Noble at the end of World War II. This property is situated on 57 acres in a prime East Ann Arbor location. Owners will enjoy the large rolling green spaces and the unique architecture design that includes wood floors, cove ceilings, and partial basements.

Pittsfield Village offers many amenities, including a swimming pool, tennis court, and playground equipment scattered throughout our common green spaces.

Enjoy the benefits of homeownership without much of the work. Leave the ground maintenance and exterior maintenance to experts. We have on-site maintenance and management during regular business hours and an after hours emergency staff.

Pittsfield Village is conveniently located minutes from downtown Ann Arbor and is within walking distance or a short drive to many shopping areas, banks and restaurants. We are located just off US-23 at Washtenaw Avenue, adjacent to Arborland Mall.


Sustainable Business Practices

Pittsfield Village is a residential housing association comprised of over 1000 individuals that participate in a weekly recycling program. Within the housing office, they utilize their website as an electronic brochure to reduce their need for paper. A variety of items are recycled from the complex and management purchases many items such as paper, file folders, garbage bags, compost, and hand towels containing recycled content materials. The office brings the message to its residents with monthly reminders of their recycling program in a monthly newsletter. A weekly pest management system has been put in place to reduce the need for extermination, which involves highly toxic materials. In addition, Village Cooperative Homes has purchased a programmable thermostat and longer lasting light bulbs to help reduce the amount of energy used on site.


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