Upland Green is a mixed use office and retail development at Plymouth Road at Murfin Avenue. It is scheduled for a grand opening on 26 September 2008.

It has a Walk Score of approximately 63, "somewhat walkable".



The site formerly housed Diehl Auto Parts, an automotive salvage and junkyard business at Upland and Plymouth Road.

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Years of delays stalled one of Ann Arbor’s most visible redevelopment projects, but interior construction is now proceeding rapidly on Upland Green. Work on the building started several years ago, marking a then-new wave of mixed-use development on a former auto salvage yard on Plymouth Road. Now, thanks to news owners and their financing, a local team has been working to get the residential space - now 20 apartments, instead of condos - ready for occupancy by Jan. 1.

The Upland Green project sat idling unfinished for nearly a year before construction began again earlier this year. Ann Arbor-resident and attorney Bill Conlin lead the effort to breathe new life into the project.

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