Anton Sowerby's blog
Hard to believe it's only been a year since we've been enjoying those sliders, that mushroom soup, those awesome black bean burgers and incredible burgers. O'Halloran's Public House, located at 112 Macomb Place, is celebrating their 1 year anniversary tomorrow with a complimentary slider bar from 5-7 p.m., live classic rock by The Aspersions and drink special throughout the night. In a deal brokered by Joe Sowerby, the pub opened last fall and has created a warm, inviting atmosphere with great food. Read more, written by Mitch Hotts of the Macomb Daily, by clicking on the image below.
Genisys Credit Union, headquartered in Auburn Hills is opening their newest branch, in Clinton Township, today. The newly contructed building, located at 17498 Hall Road (next to Lifetime Fitness), features a 24 Hour ATM, Debit MasterCard Instant Issue and Night Depository. Genisys broke ground last spring after closing a deal brokered by Joe Sowerby.
Click on the image below to connect with Genisys' website.
StoryPoint, pioneers in senior living, is “coming soon” to Macomb County as the result of a deal brokered by Joe Sowerby. The parcel on Gratiot Ave., north of 23 Mile Road, in Chesterfield Township, is an ideal location with all the nearby amenities. Visit StoryPoint’s website, to get more information, by clicking on the image below (StoryPoint’s Troy, OH location).
With Phase 2 scheduled to start in April 2018, 43,0000(+/-) daily commuters and business owners on M-59/Hall Rd. are able to travel all lanes and access the businesses as of last Friday. Great news for the holiday shopping and party season! Read Mitch Hotts' Macomb Daily coverage from October 25th by clicking on the image below.
Art! Macomb (formerly known as the Mount Clemens Art Fair) kicks off this Friday, June 2, at noon on Macomb Place and continues through Sunday afternoon. This new concept partners Mount Clemens DDA with OneMacomb and Make Macomb Your Home and features dozens of artists, free family activities, performances, food trucks and more.
Joe Sowerby’s car salesman roots run deep, even after 30+ years in the commercial real estate business. 3 recent transactions brokered by Joe have boosted automobile dealership presence in north Macomb County.