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A NEW BUSINESS IN TOWN
ABeanToGo Lake Orion
16 West Flint St
Lake Orion, MI 48362
Hours: 6am - 8pm
Live music every Friday from 6pm - 8pm!
DISTINCT DOWNTOWN: After a recent investment of more than $2 million, downtown Lake Orion's new sidewalk, street amenities and other improvements provide a backdrop for a vibrant, walkable downtown. The downtown district is filled with distinct architecture, locally owned shops, a pedestian-friendly environment and a sense of community. Visitors will find charming boutiques, first-rate restaurants and service businesses that offer enjoyable shopping and dining experiences.
THINGS TO DO: Recreational opportunities are within walking distance, with six public parks, including Green's park, on 500-acre Lake Orion and downtown's favorite Children's Park - home to numerous events, including the annual Gazebo Concert Series, popular Halloween celebration and Farmers Market. The area also features tow major trail systems: Polly Ann Trail (14 miles) and Paint Creek Trail (9 miles). In fact, Lake Orion is one of the few significant trail system hubs with connections to the north/south and east/west Michigan trail system.
WHY LAKE ORION: Just ask property owner and restaurateur Dia Zaraga, who rebuilt the very popular Sagebrush Cantina after a fire in 2004: "Lake Orion is a great place to have a business. I have seen a lot of positive changes over the last 10 years and think the future looks bright. I'm proud to be a part of this community!"
Location: Lake Orion, comprising the Village of Lake Orion and Orion Township, is located in northern Oakland County.
Number of Residents: Village: 2,750, Township: 35,000
What we're known for: Designated as a Nationally Registered Historic District and home to the Orion Art Center, a community areas organization that promotes arts and cultural activities.