Once upon a time, it was easy to distinguish a city lifestyle from daily life in the smaller towns and suburbs. But as communities all over the map continue to grow and mingle in all sorts of ways, those clear lines have become obscured. The apparent result is a large group of people who are looking for the familiar comforts of a suburban lifestyle without sacrificing the advantage of easy access to the resources of a big city. Some of the people who are looking for a home for rent in the Detroit area are undoubtedly in the market for this type of arrangement, and rentals in Auburn Hills may be the answer. In Auburn Hills, the allure of nature is never far away, and neither is the excitement and buzz of Detroit.
Though the area surrounding Auburn Hills rental homes has developed rather rapidly in recent decades, many areas of the city retain a rural atmosphere. The community makes great use of these areas by sponsoring camping events, sports leagues, summer concerts and unique events, such as the annual Marshmallow Drop, when about 15,000 marshmallows are dropped from a helicopter.
But in addition to a commitment to small-town charm, Auburn Hills has shown that it's not afraid of development. By consequence, those renting in the city don't even need to leave their town to visit the Palace of Auburn Hills, where the NBA's Detroit Pistons and the WNBA's Detroit Shock play their games.
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