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Sapphire Model Home in Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision, June 1957

Sapphire Model Home in Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 22, 1957
Caption
Sapphire Brings Award: The bi-level four bedroom Sapphire model home in Ann Arbor Woods subdivision this week was cited by American Home magazine. The plaque is in the hands of Joseph Slavik, president of Slavik Builders, Inc., subdivision developers. With him are (from left) Warren G. Agry, a vice-president of the magazine; John E. Swisher, Jr., are Stewart E. Butts, both of whom are sales agents for the subdivision.

Sapphire Model Home In Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision Wins Award, June 1957

Sapphire Model Home In Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision Wins Award, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 22, 1957
Caption
Sapphire Brings Award: The bi-level four bedroom Sapphire model home in Ann Arbor Woods subdivision this week was cited by American Home magazine. The plaque is in the hands of Joseph Slavik, president of Slavik Builders, Inc., subdivision developers. With him are (from left) Warren G. Agry, a vice-president of the magazine; John E. Swisher, Jr., are Stewart E. Butts, both of whom are sales agents for the subdivision.

Aerial Photograph of Ann Arbor Woods, Howard Johnson Restaurant, and Lamp Post Motel, June 1957

Aerial Photograph of Ann Arbor Woods, Howard Johnson Restaurant, and Lamp Post Motel, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1957
Caption
Area of Change: There have been many changes along E. Stadium Blvd. near Washtenaw Ave. since last year at this time, as this aerial photograph reveals. Nearly 40 homes have been built by the Slavik firm of Detroit in Ann Arbor Woods. To the right of the Howard Johnson restaurant, just off Stadium near the bottom, is the first unit under construction of a new motel. It will be the Lampost Motel and will house 34 rooms. Builders Roberts and Brown expect to expand it to 67 units in the future. Ann Arbor Woods eventually will include 300 houses, so it appears as if there will be more changed here long before next year at this time. This also is the arch of a proposed shopping center disputed in City council meetings.

Council Approves Zoning

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Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
September
Year
1967
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