Regency Manor gets exterior makeover just in time for Southfield and Lathrup’s State of the City addresses


Southfield, March 2019 – Regency Manor of Southfield is undergoing extensive exterior renovations just in time to host the annual State of the City address organized by the Southfield Chamber of Commerce.

The event brings together Southfield and Lathrup Village residents, businesses, and government leaders to discuss the future of the cities, build strategic partnerships and to network.

The event, presented by Beaumont, will feature speeches from Southfield Mayor Kenson Siver and Lathrup Village Mayor Kelly Garret along with remarks from Beaumont President.

“We always make a point to host the State of the City in Southfield and this year we will be doing the annual address on March 18 at the Regency Manor,” said Mayor Siver. “The Regency is a great facility and we are looking forward to highlighting the year’s accomplishments and looking to the future. We’re also looking forward to employing the new audio-visual equipment that Regency has included with their renovations to give our presentation.”

The renovated exterior will compliment the elegance of the newly renovated interior.

Designed to accommodate both social and corporate events, the newly renovated luxury hall will offer a number of amenities for guests.

The venue offers a, “newly renovated luxury hall with classic, sophisticated and elegant décor providing a brilliant ambiance for any special occasion or event. Designed with high ceilings, magnificent crystal chandeliers, two full bars and more than 7,000 Sq. ft of distinctive elegance, our superbly equipped facility has been designed to accommodate social and corporate events alike.”


In addition to these renovations, Regency Manor offers a “truly unique” menu

and an experienced staff to bring their guests the perfect experience.

These renovations to the venue will be complete just in time to host the Southfield State of the City address in mid-March.

Mayor Kenson J. Siver will be giving his annual State of the City address on Monday, March 18 at 10:00 a.m. Joining Mayor Siver will be Lathrup Village

Mayor Kelly Garret. The mayors’ joint address will bring together residents from both Southfield and Lathrup Village, businesses, and government leaders under one roof to discuss each city’s future, build strategic leaderships, and network.

“We will be ready to host Mayors Siver and Garret as they give their annual State of the City addresses,” said Jason Najor of Regency Manor. “We are honored to share and showcase our beautifully renovated hall while hosting an event where members of the community can join their representatives and leaders in conversations about the progress of their city.”

Tickets to the State of the City address can be purchased online. Tickets must be purchased in advance as they will not be sold after March 13 and will not be sold at the door. Tickets include a plated lunch, refreshments, valet and coat check.

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