A broad discussion on the practice of tax increment finance (TIF) taking place in Lansing could create new implications for both counties and municipalities that rely on the tool for economic development.
A 24-acre parcel of Cascade Township property at the former Centennial Country Club is slated for one of the largest housing developments in years for the Grand Rapids suburb.
Residential developers in downtown Grand Rapids and the adjacent neighborhoods could be missing out on an opportunity to serve a growing market segment.
MiBiz spoke with Rich Studley, president and CEO of the The Michigan Chamber, about the challenges ahead and the bright spots in Michigan’s economy.
Consumers Energy is in the process of installing its new smart meters for residential and small business customers in Oceana, Muskegon, Ottawa, Allegan, Newaygo and Kent counties.
Plans for a new Grand Rapids housing development along the Grand River have derailed after the state opted not to support the project with a key incentive.
After getting its feet wet with new processes for a couple of years, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. says it has improved how it delivers development and business incentives with a few minor tweaks.
Two new reports on real estate trends point to steady, incremental growth across most Michigan market sectors in 2014.
CWD Real Estate Investment announced today the firm has purchased the property that houses the Michigan Athletic Club at 2500 Breton Road, popularly known as the MAC, from a local investment group.
Eight apartment properties in and around downtown Grand Rapids have new owners.