Why I bought in Dearborn: 26-year-old buys second condo touting successful city, housing market | News

When it comes to Michigan Avenue, Mehde Moubarak can be considered street smart.

The 26-year-old Dearborn native is a big fan of the active, ever-evolving thoroughfare. So big, in fact, that he has bought his second condominium along Michigan Avenue.

With an offer in hand for his first condo — at West Village Square — he is preparing to move into a just-purchased condo in Garrison Row, about a mile away.

Both offer easy access to Michigan Avenue and all it has to offer.

For Moubarak — who goes by “Med” — Dearborn’s condo market provides just want he wants: An affordable, convenient place of his own, but still close to family, longtime friends and familiar retailing and restaurants on Michigan Avenue.

A 2012 graduate of Dearborn High School and a 2019 graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, the electrical engineer is determined to keep his deep roots firmly planted

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