A partnership involving two Illinois companies just picked up a portfolio of six industrial properties in West Michigan and one in northern Indiana totalling more than 1.5 million square feet.
New research shows policymakers could be ignoring a huge and important segment of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workers as they apportion budgets for higher education.
The continued clamor from real estate brokers about the limited supply of high-quality industrial inventory across the state seems to be a fair assessment of the market.
As companies welcome lower utility costs thanks to cheap natural gas, some wonder whether the current energy situation could be doing a disservice to the development of renewable energy — and to the planet.
GRAND RAPIDS — Ferris Coffee & Nut Co. is brewing up plans for an expansion the company hopes will help transform its operations and lead to continued corporate growth.
A seemingly contradictory mix of greater independence and increased collaboration is helping reshape the traditional models of workspace and development in urban areas.
As the U.S. Green Building Council prepares to vote on version four of its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program this summer, many professionals are crying foul.
The City of Kalamazoo has a revenue problem. The local government does not collect property taxes on a majority of the land within its borders, yet property taxes and intergovernmental contributions account for more than 70 percent of the city’s budget.
In asking elected officials to be brave enough to solve the City of Kalamazoo’s budget problems, one developer is suggesting a bold solution: more taxes.
GRAND RAPIDS — The nonprofit Well House is set to expand its offerings for those in need of a place to stay.