GRAND RAPIDS — A strip shopping center along 28th Street has new owners. Grand Central Plaza, located at 2035 28th St. in Grand Rapids, was sold to an undisclosed Michigan-based firm, according to NAI Wisinski of West Michigan.
Marketing Grand Rapids as a place for young people to live and work is becoming increasingly important to the local economy.
Grand Valley State University economist Paul Isely still believes the U.S. economy could dip into a recession within a year, although West Michigan is likely to experience a “soft landing.”
An East Lansing property management firm closed this week on a deal to buy a 107-unit apartment building just east of downtown.
Two apartment complexes in suburban Grand Rapids are back on the market after being purchased in 2015 for almost $100 million.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling expected this summer could either clarify or bring further uncertainty to the debate over when states can force online retailers to collect sales taxes.
In a new deal, the Grand Rapids office of Colliers International Inc. seeks to expand its multifamily business.
A fully-leased shopping center in Jenison has sold to California-based ET 102 LLC for $5.25 million.