Office Locations and Contacts

Detroit, MI

150 West Jefferson, Suite 1200
Detroit, MI 48226


Detroit Campus Recruiting Mailbox

What Sets Us Apart

With approximately 300 employees, KPMG's Detroit office occupies two floors of one of the premier office buildings in Detroit's financial district. Although our office is located in Detroit, we have many clients throughout Michigan. The members of the Detroit office participate in a number of community events including Paint the Town, the March of Dimes Walk America, the American Red Cross Blood Drive, the American Heart Association and Relay for Life walks and our local United Way Foundation. Not only do we work hard, but we like to play too. The office has a variety of extracurricular events including co-ed softball in the summer and flag football in the fall, as well as gathering with co-workers at casual office get-togethers throughout the year.

A City of Surprises

Detroit (a.k.a. The Motor City or Motown) is the hub of the automotive industry. Each year Detroit hosts the North American International Auto Show in January, which KPMG is a main sponsor. Gambling may not be the first thing you think of when you think Detroit, but three casinos play a prominent role in Detroit entertainment: The MGM Grand, Motor City Casino and Greektown Casino. The city co-sponsors the International Freedom Festival each year where we share an awesome fireworks display with Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Metro Detroit is the only place in the U.S. where you can look south and see Canada. The Great Lakes state has lots of activities for both indoor and outdoor types to enjoy.


They say Detroit is a sport lover's kind of town. We have:

  • Hockey's 2002 Stanley Cup Champions, The Detroit Red Wings
  • Detroit Tigers baseball at Comerica Park, home of the 2005 All Star Game
  • The Detroit Lions football at Ford Field, home of the 2006 Superbowl
  • Basketball's 2004 Champion Detroit Pistons basketball, and
  • Over 100 golf courses in the Metro Detroit area alone.

Just Plain Fun

The Detroit Institute of Arts and the Detroit Zoo are great family-oriented fun, as is the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, located just outside of the city. If you're up for adventure, Cedar Point Amusement Park is a quick 3-hour drive.