Apartments in Auburn Hills, MI
Phone: (248) 795-1491
Fax: (248) 370-0931
2770 Pine Knoll Drive
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
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Apartment Models & Pricing
780 Square Feet
1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom
930 Square Feet
2 Bedrooms / 1 Bathroom
980 Square Feet
2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms
1020 Square Feet
2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms
Walking distance to Oakland University, Knollwood Place offers spacious one & two bedroom apartments in four floor plans. Our convenient location at the corner of Walton Blvd. & Squirrel Rd. is also only minutes to Great Lakes Crossing, the Auburn Mile, The Palace of Auburn Hills, the Village of Rochester Hills, and Chrysler HQ. Three minutes puts you on I-75 for quick access to the entire metro Detroit area, an ideal location for an active lifestyle.
Each Knollwood Place apartment includes a private entrance, personal carport and in-home washer & dryer along with a private balcony or patio. Our beautiful clubhouse offers a sparkling pool and deck and newly equipped fitness room.
Move in to Knollwood Place today and find a home at the heart of it all.
- Private Entrance
- Personal Carport
- Full Sized Washer & Dryer in your in-home Utility Room
- Generous Walk-in Closet and Storage Space
- Dishwasher, Disposal & Microwave Included
- Private Balcony or Patio
- Cathedral Ceilings in 3rd Floor Homes.
Auburn Hills has a community vision of strong business relationships, excellent neighborhoods and a vibrant downtown. We are proud to be the high technology, corporate-capital City of Oakland County. The City continually strives to provide an outstanding level of services to the residents of the community while being fiscally conservative in terms of maintaining and improving the physical assets of the community.To learn more about Auburn Hills, visit the township offices at 1827 N. Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills, Michigan. Or, visit the city's website at http://www.auburnhills.org.
Everyone in Michigan knows the Detroit Pistons call Auburn Hills Home. But not everyone knows the community is also home to over 900 other thriving businesses, ranging from retail to high-tech manufacturing, research and educational institutions. For more information, visit the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce web site at: http://www.auburnhillschamber.com/
Located 30 miles north of Detroit, in the heart of Oakland County, Auburn Hills is one of the fastest growing suburban cities in southeastern Michigan. Originally settled in the early 1800s, but incorporated as a city fairly recently in 1983, Auburn Hills' residential population is almost 20,000, but that number swells to about 35,000 during the workweek.
Situated along the busy corridor where M-59 and M-24 cross paths with 1-75, Auburn Hills offers easy highway access to the state's major urban markets and manufacturing centers, and is close to two airports.
One of the city council's early actions, in April 1985, was creation of Oakland Technology Park. The only tech park development in the state to be officially endorsed by the Michigan High Technology Task Force, the park is zoned specifically for research and development. Located on 1,100 acres within the city, the park borders Oakland University, Oakland Community College and Baker College.
Comerica's 200-plus acre computer operations center was the first occupant of the southern portion of the park, followed by EDS, Fanuc Robotics and Volkswagon. Occupying about 500 acres of the southern part of the park is the DaimlerChrysler Technology Center, and DaimlerChrysler's headquarters. In the northern portion of the park, known as Oakland Technology Park II, are Marposs Corporation, Merrill Lynch, and New Horizons Rehabilitation Services.
Industrial parks, office complexes, research facilities and light manufacturing businesses are located throughout the city and along the I-75 corridor. In other locations and industrial parks throughout the city, are additional office complexes, research facilities and light manufacturing businesses ranging from the Ralco Industries, metal stamping company, to Haden Inc., which makes paint application systems.
The city is working at diversifying its economy even more and is welcoming new retailers and service providers. The community is especially proud of Great Lakes Crossing Mall and Auburn Mile. New development can be seen at Lapeer and Brown Roads where Dutton Corporate Center will be located.
While the city is courting new development, it has every intention of maintaining its quality environment. Strict city codes are in place to ensure the attributes that initially attracted residents and business to the area, remain for future generations.
The Auburn Hills Community Center at Civic Center Park features a large multi-purpose/banquet room with kitchen facilities, gymnasium and walking track, fitness area, lounge and game room, woodshop, arts & crafts studios and meeting rooms. Residents can look forward to expanded evening and weekend hours for use and many opportunities for additional programs and events for the community.
Auburn Hills Area Parks
Auburn Hills provides quality parks and recreation opportunities at major city parks plus other locations For full information, visit http://www.auburnhills.org/departments/parksrec/default.aspx
Civic Center Park 1827 N. Squirrel Rd.
Civic Center Park offers a wealth of natural beauty and includes nature trails, a fishing pond, and open lawn areas for picnics and outings. Open year-round, the park also has a softball field, a nine hole disc golf course, tennis courts, two play structures and swings. A covered picnic shelter with a fireplace can be reserved in season. Barbecue grills, picnic tables and restrooms are available in season.
Clinton River Trail 25 Grey Rd. Municipal Lot, East-west hiking/biking trail/
The trail in Auburn Hills is 2.1 miles in length and runs east-west between Adams Rd. and Opdyke Rd. The trail is surfaced with a fine crushed stone which is suitable for biking and walking/jogging. This trail is part of a larger, 12 mile rail-trail planned to connect to the West Bloomfield trail near Sylvan Lake and to the Paint Creek Trail in Rochester.
Dennis Dearing Jr. Memorial Park 2058 Phillips Rd. Phillips at Pontiac Rd.
This neighborhood park includes a firemanâ€™s themed tot-lot for youngsters ages 2-5, swings, picnic tables, and open space areas for play.
E. Dale Fisk Hawk Woods Nature Center 3799 Bald Mountain Rd.
Hawk Woods offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreational activities. This unique facility offers groomed nature trails, a marsh boardwalk, a heated restroom/shower facility open year-round, a covered picnic shelter that can be reserved in season, a two-story Log Cabin Lodge with six overnight camping cabins, all complimented by 80 acres of beautiful woods, meadows and marsh. The Lodge can be rented for meetings and/or activities on an hourly basis in season.
Manitoba Park 4220 Manitoba Road. West of Baldwin Road.
This two acre park includes a play-structure, sand volleyball court, benches, paved play area and open space.
Riverside Park 3311 Squirrel Ct. Auburn & Squirrel.
Riverside Park rests on the banks of the Clinton River in the Village Center area of Auburn Hills and offers a river path, play structure with swings, a canoe launch and a covered picnic shelter than can be reserved in season.
River Woods Park 300 River Woods Dr.
River Woods Park is located along the Clinton River and features a covered picnic shelter that can be reserved in season, heated restrooms open year-round, a paved pathway system with a bridge over the Clinton River, a play structure with swings and climbers, basketball courts, open spaces and picnic areas with barbecue grills.
Auburn Hills Skate Park 202 N. Squirrel Rd. - Just south of River Woods Park on Squirrel Rd.
The skate park is for skateboards, in-line skates, and BMX bikes, is open 8AM to dusk (in season April to November, closed during winter) and is FREE. The public is welcome. The park is available to both beginner and advanced riders, so please skate safely.
Municipal Golf Course
Fieldstone Golf Club of Auburn Hills has received rave reviews from all areas of the golfing community for presenting a truly great golf experience. Golf Digest ranked Fieldstone with four stars out of a possible five in their "Places to Play System." The Oakland Press placed Fieldstone in the top three in Oakland County and the Detroit News named Fieldstone as one of the best six in the southeast Michigan out of over 200 contenders, who were rated for playability, condition, scenery, service and other important amenities: clubhouse, practice facility and dining. Designed by Arthur Hills, one of the industryâ€™s most celebrated golf course architects, Fieldstone Golf Club of Auburn Hills presents an exceptional variety of hole designs that mesh beautifully with rich diverse landscape, gently rolling fairways, windswept meadows, beautiful wetlands and corridors of mature hardwoods. Fieldstone Golf Club offers a forty-station country club quality bend grass practice range with multiple target greens, huge practice bunker and a large daily-manicured putting green. In addition to large and small bags of balls, an annual no-limit practice membership is available at a very attractive cost. See more at: www.fieldstonegolfclub.com
Raven's Club Public Course
There are numerous public golf courses in our area, and Raven's Club is one of the finest. It's a challenging course that offers trained professionals who provide weekly golf clinics.
Youth & Adult Programs
Auburn Hills offers a huge array of programs for youth, adults and seniors. Far too many to list here. Sports, arts, theater, gardening, learning, thereâ€™s no shortage of things to do in Auburn Hills. For the current, and every growing, list, visit the Department of Parks and Recreation web site at http://www.auburnhills.org/departments/parksrec/default.aspx
The local county park is located just minutes away and has over twelve soccer fields and four baseball diamonds. It includes a jogging trail, and is fun for the entire family.
Shopping & Dining:
Auburn Hills IS shopping! From their convenient locations, our apartment communities are only 10 minutes drive from the world famous Great Lakes Crossing Outlet Center and the Auburn Mile, more than 2 million square feet of retail and entertainment venues!
Blending the hottest concepts in theme entertainment and dining with an unparalleled offering of exciting, value-oriented and unique stores, Great Lakes Crossing is Michigan's #1 shopping destination. It boasts six-themed and architecturally distinctive areas in a 1.4 million square foot structure. Great Lakes Crossing Outlet Center brings numerous "firsts" to Michigan, including Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World (five football fields worth of outdoor gear and shopping fun), Rainforest Cafe, and Neiman Marcus Last Call Clearance Center. http://www.shopgreatlakescrossing.com/
The Auburn Mile is a 650,000 square foot shopping center that includes Meijer, Target and JoAnn Fabric Craft Superstore, Best Buy, Costco and Ethan Allen as well as other retailers and restaurants.
Drive 15 minutes south and find an entirely different shopping experience, The Somerset Collection! With more than 180 stores - from Gucci to Gap, Cartier to Crate & Barrel, and four prominent department stores - Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Marshall Field's - Somerset Collection is a shopping destination unlike any other. In addition to world-class shopping, visitors also enjoy Somerset's elegant character with its marble flooring, birds eye maple columns, soaring atriums and end-to-end skylights. Museum quality artwork is featured throughout the center, some of which is interactive for children and adults alike. With a host of conveniences such as valet parking, casual and upscale restaurants, and an impressive, 700 foot-long moving skywalk connecting Somerset North to Somerset South, Somerset Collection is the destination for power walkers, people watchers and power shoppers. http://www.thesomersetcollection.com/
Both Knollwood Place and The Boulevard Apartments are located within the Pontiac School District, which includes fourteen elementary schools, four middle schools, two high schools, two special education program centers, one alternative/continuing education center, two Montessori programs, and seven preschool programs. Of a total staff of over 1300, 70 percent of the professional staff has Master's degrees and over 85 percent have ten or more years of experience. For full information on the district, visit their website: http://www.pontiac.k12.mi.us/
In addition, our communities are near to several private educational facilities. Oakland Christian School, for example, is a K-12 non-sectarian Christian school, is located immediately west of Auburn Grove. Oakland Christian School describes its mission as challenging and motivating each student to pursue excellence spiritually, academically, socially and physically. http://www.oaklandchristian.com
For more listings of private education opportunities, visit: Auburn Hills Private Schools at http://www.google.com/local?hl=en&lr=&q=private+school&near=Auburn+Hills,+MI&sa=X&oi=localr
The Auburn Hills Public Library
The Auburn Hills Public Library offers both the latest in library technology, a huge selection of materials, a wide variety of programs for adults and youth and a wonderful and comfortable place to be and to read. The Library is located at 3400 E. Seymour Drive, near to the township office facilities http://auburn-hills.lib.mi.us/
Directions & Map
From I-75, exit University Drive East. Turn Left(North) on Squirrel Road just past Walton Blvd. After the shopping center, turn Right (East)in Knollwood Place on Pine Knoll Drive.
From Rochester, take Walton Blvd. West toward I-75 past Adams Road. Turn Right (North) on Squirrel Road past the shopping center. Turn Right (East) into Knollwood Place on Pine Knoll Drive.