January 15, 2015. Zoning approved for 578-unit housing development near M-14 in northeast Washtenaw County. MLive. "The board voted 4-0 to approve a rezoning of a 356-acre property by M-14 and Gotfredson to a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Residential classification that would allow the Salem Springs project to build more than 550 units of housing on the site."

December 27, 2014. Rural Salem Twp. could see growth spike. Detroit News. "Schostak Brothers bought the land from Johnson Controls at the end of last year. However, the developer's plans for the project, dubbed Salem Springs, haven't been without snags."

Salem Springs is located at M-14 and Gotfredson Road in Salem Township, Michigan. A mixed-use commercial and residential development, It is comprised of 11 parcels totaling 186 acres of land.

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