Two major Southwest Michigan development projects are moving forward after receiving approval for state incentives.
Four business expansions in West Michigan that will collectively generate $110.3 million in investment and create more than 280 jobs earned state incentives today.
In response to increased demand, West Michigan Compounding LLC is investing $6 million into its existing facility in Montcalm County.
The Michigan Milk Producers Association plans to invest $24 million to expand its existing dairy plant operations in St. Joseph County.
Pfizer Inc. is the first manufacturer to take advantage of the Good Jobs for Michigan incentive program signed into law a year ago by Gov. Rick Snyder.
SpartanNash Co. will not meet the original employment projections included in a 2013 state incentive package.
After months of secrecy, Amazon.com Inc.’s interest in a proposed Kent County facility is now official.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Market continues to restructure long-standing debt tied to a state economic development incentive as it attempts to stabilize its finances.
Automation provider Axis Company LLC plans to invest $4 million into a new facility.
For the fourth time since 2014, the Grand Rapids Downtown Market has asked permission to keep paying only the interest on its loans tied to a state economic development incentive as it seeks to restructure its debt load.