Serving as the county seat for Calhoun County, the city of Marshall sits prominently positioned to welcome businesses and travelers along both I-69 and I-94 between Detroit and Chicago. The city boasts a rich mercantile history dating back to 1830 when fur trading was its main economic driver. Travelers enjoy touring the city’s many restored sites and the many restaurants and events in the vibrant downtown.
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Michigan's Premier Megasite
Located in Southwest Michigan, Marshall holds access to 1600 acres of premier industrial development land, 15 major international ports and is only 80 minutes from Detroit Metro Airport, one of the largest U.S Air hubs. With these resources and more, Marshall has a lot to offer.