Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Bloomfield Hills is a city in Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. She is the richest city in the United States outside of California and Florida and has 3,940 inhabitants. The area is 12.9 km ². Detroit is about 22.5 kilometers away.
Bloomfield Hills is home to the Cranbrook Educational Community, to which, among other things, the Cranbrook Schools, a natural history museum and a renowned Art Museum.
Commonly known was the city in particular through the restaurant Telemachus Red Fox, the hangout of the controversial trade union leader Jimmy Hoffa, without a trace of its parking lot this disappeared on 30 July 1975.
The actor Robin Williams and Chad Smith, the drummer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as Ann Romney, wife of Mitt Romney, grew up in Bloomfield Hills.
- A. Alfred Taubman, billionaire
- Kate Markgraf, soccer player
- Dey Young, actress
- Elizabeth Reaser, Actress
City's Auburn Hills | Berkley | Birmingham | Bloomfield Hills | Clarkston | Clawson | Farmington Hills | Farmington | Ferndale | Hazel Park | Huntington Woods | Keego Harbor | Lake Angelus | Lathrup Village | Madison Heights | Northville | Novi | Oak Park | Orchard Lake Village | Pleasant Ridge | Pontiac | Rochester | Rochester Hills | Royal Oak | South Lyon | Southfield | Sylvan Lake | Troy | Walled Lake | Wixom
Villages: Beverly Hills | Bingham Farms | Franklin | Holly | Lake Orion | Leonard | Milford | Ortonville | Oxford | Wolverine Lake
Unincorporated communities: Bloomfield Village | Brandon | Commerce | Davisburg | Drayton Plains | Goodison | Independence | Lakeville | New Hudson | Oakland | Orion | Union Lake | Waterford | West Bloomfield | White Lake
- Location in Michigan
- Location in North America
- Oakland County