MUSKEGON — A West Michigan solar energy developer is pursuing new projects and job-training in low-income communities across the state that qualify for tax relief under recent federal tax reforms. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created qualified Opportunity Zones that allow investors to defer taxes on capital gains meant to spur development in low-income areas. While most projects involve real estate development, some developers across the U.S. are beginning to explore the potential for renewable energy in Opportunity Zones.

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MUSKEGON — A bill to transfer a lakeshore prison property to the state’s land bank is heading to the governor.

Published in Economic Development

Marketing agency Revel plans to relocate its downtown Muskegon office to a new mixed-use project within the city’s central business district.

Published in Breaking News

A West Michigan kayak manufacturer plans to open a new manufacturing and distribution facility southeast of Atlanta.

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Pigeon Hill Brewing Co. wants to change up its operations and presence in downtown Muskegon.

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