Diverse and walkable community surrounded by the city of Detroit.
As a small two-square-mile city surrounded by the city of Detroit, Hamtramck is the most walkable city in the state and packed with history, culture and community.
Hamtramck was once known for its large Polish population and the community is still full of Polish heritage with churches, bakeries (you can eat a paczki – aka a Polish jelly doughnut – every day here!), restaurants and bars. The community is now known for it’s rich and diverse international community, with Bangladeshis and Yemenis making up the largest immigrant group. The dense and diverse community is full of life, delicious food options and community events at all hours of the day or night.