NEW BOSTON, Mich. — The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Board of Directors recently approved the purchase of 6.94 acres of land in New Boston, MI.

The land purchased is approximately one mile off the I-275 corridor and is located just a few miles south of the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. It is adjacent to a new horse track owned by Post-It Stables, Inc, and is part of a 300+ acre tract that shows promise for future retail and commercial growth.

Tribal leadership is exploring various strategies for developing this parcel because it is in the heart of an economic development zone known as the Detroit Region Aerotropolis. Information on the Detroit Area Aerotropolis can be found at www.detroitregionaerotropolis.com.

Please visit the tribe’s web site and Facebook pages or the tribal paper for future updates.

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