East of Church and south of Geddes rests the South University Neighborhood, primarily composed of Michigan undergrads. A mere 5-10 minute walk from the Central Campus Transit Center – the University’s primary bus stop – residents here are equally close to the Michigan campus and the vibrant Ann Arbor nightlife. To the east of the neighborhood lies the historical Forest Hill Cemetery. Founded by a group of Ann Arbor businessmen and professors in 1857, Forest Hill is one of the city’s most treasured landmarks. Many leading citizens of Ann Arbor and members of the Michigan community are laid to rest in Forest Hill; among its occupants are Michigan’s first State Supreme Court Justice William Asa Fletcher and famous U-M football coaches Fielding H. Yost and Bo Schembechler.
Common Cup Coffee: 1511 Washtenaw Ave
Mighty Good Coffee: 1335 S. University Ave
Starbucks: 1214 S. University Ave
New Life Church: 1541 Washtenaw Ave
University Lutheran Chapel: 1511 Washtenaw Ave
First Church of Christ: 1833 Washtenaw Ave
Nichols Arboretum: 1610 Washington Heights St
George Washington Park- The Rock: 1547 US-23 BUS
South University Park: 1417 S. University Ave.