Top Lawn Is Proud to Serve the Commerce Area
Commerce Township can be characterized by its vast forests, rolling hills, many lakes, and a variety of habitats. It was once a weekend and summer resort for Detroiters because of the area’s small inland lakes and peaceful seclusion but, due to recent developments, the cottages are now all permanent homes. Anyone who drives through or lives in Commerce is familiar with the iconic blue and white marquee at the corner of Richardson and Union Lake Roads. It stands as a reminder of the 1,000 plus drive-in movie theatre that once hosted movies over the years. The drive-in theatre closed in 1990.
From 2000 to 2010, the population of Commerce Township increased 15 percent. The Township has also seen substantial growth in infrastructure. In the mid-2000s, a northward expansion was made on M5 into Commerce, creating an artery into Detroit’s highway system. Due to its diverse and beautiful landscape, there is much to do in Commerce Township. We’ve listed a few of them below.