In the southwest corner of Michigan, within Berrien County, lies Michiana, a village with a population of less than 200 people. The area of the village is tiny, at 0.37 square miles. The median age of residents is 63 years old, and more than 85% of the population is over 45 years old. The per capita income is $63,558. Only 1.1% of the population falls below the poverty line. The village is known for having log homes which were built in the 1920’s. It is a popular vacation home area, particularly for Chicago residents, as it is relatively close by. Michiana is entirely residential, and is secluded and safe, separate from industry or urban living.
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