Located in the center of the off-campus area is the Tappan Neighborhood. Named after Henry Philip Tappan – the first President of the University of Michigan – the neighborhood is home to many Greek houses and student residences. The area also includes two of the University’s most prominent landmarks: The Law Quad and the Ross School of Business. The East Quad Residence Hall, which houses the Residential College, hosts a series of original student performances throughout the year – most of which are free to students. Residents of the Tappan neighborhood are only a five-to-ten minute walk from the Diag, the libraries, and the many restaurants and shops on South University.
Starbucks: 1214 South University Ave.
Starbucks: 701 Tappan Ave (in the Ross School of Business)
Pastry Peddler Bakery & Cafe: 619 Packard St
Tim Hortons: 1116 S State St
Common Cup Coffee: 1511 Washtenaw Ave
New Life Church: 1541 Washtenaw Ave
University Lutheran Chapel: 1511 Washtenaw Ave
First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor: 1432 Washtenaw Ave
Forsythe Park: 752 Packard St
George Washington Park- The Rock: 1547 US-23 BUS
Argus Farm Stop: 1200 Packard St.