Fraser

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Fraser Economic and Real Estate Statistics

  • - Population: 14,636
  • - Unemployment Rate: 5.6%
  • - Median Income: 51,230
  • - Median Age: 27
  • - Zipcode(s): 48026

Industrial Buildings:

  • - Total Industrial Building Square Feet: 6,244,671
  • - Square Feet Industrial Under Construction: 0
Fraser's Industrial Buildings Graph

Office Buildings:

  • - Total Office Building Square Feet: 169,770
  • - Square Feet Office Under Construction: 0
Fraser's Office Buildings Graph

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Links to more info

City of Fraser website:  http://www.ci.fraser.mi.us/index.aspx?NID=360

Fraser Zoning map:  http://www.ci.fraser.mi.us/DocumentCenter/View/98


Welcome to Fraser!

Fraser is one of the smallest cities in the state of Michigan, with a population of only 14,000 people. The city is part if the Metro Detroit region and is also the city with one of the youngest median ages of only 27 years.

Thanks to the Act of 1894, Michigan incorporated the Fraser village as a part of its own territory. The city was named after a famous lawyer in Detroit at the time, and it was finally established as a city in 1956.

American football is one of the major sports of the city, as it is home to some of the most famous personalities of the current generation, most of which are, of course, football stars. It is also home to various icons and creators such as the Amazing Jonathan and actress Marybeth Monroe.


Fraser Demographics

The total population of Fraser is quite modest, and is a little under 14,500. The population of Fraser is not very diverse, and a massive portion of the population (92%) is white. The second largest ethnicity in the city is African Americans, which is 3.9%. The median age of a resident in the city is quite possibly the youngest with only 27 years.

Fraser has an unemployment rate of 5.6%, but has a relatively high median household income of over $51,000.


Housing in Fraser

Housing in Fraser is generally quite accessible, and nearly 70% of the population has their own homes. The median cost of these houses is close to $128,000, but it changes quite often.


Industrial Buildings in Fraser

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A large portion of the city of Fraser is an industrial goldmine, with over 6 million square feet of industrial land. While a large portion of the city is occupied by industrial buildings, there are no buildings that are currently under construction.


Office Buildings in Fraser

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As compared to industrial buildings, office buildings are relatively scarce, with only a total of 169,000 square feet of area designated to such spaces. Moreover, as of now there are no office buildings that are currently under construction.


Fraser Workforce

Over 60% of the population in the city is currently working in various organizations across the city. This workforce is also highly educated as more than 90% of the population has more than a high school diploma.


Commute in Fraser

Commute from work to home in Fraser is not very slow, but not very quick either, with 27.5 minutes being the average commute time.


Commercial Real Estate in Fraser

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