Third Coast Development LLC continues to invest in projects along Michigan Street to the east of downtown Grand Rapids.
Months after initiating a deal with Windquest Group, the family investment office for Dick and Betsy DeVos, Holland-based Coppercraft Distillery LLC has expanded with a tasting room in Saugatuck.
Oral health care manufacturer Ranir LLC has acquired the building where it’s been a tenant for more than 20 years.
eAgile Inc., a manufacturer of radio frequency identification technology (RFID), has partnered with Heinlein Plastik-Technik GmbH of Germany.
Grand Rapids-based Spectrum Health is the newest member of a statewide coalition of clinically-integrated health systems.
The Alliance for Economic Success, an economic development organization in Manistee County, recently added new members from Benzie County to its board of directors.
Atlanta-based fast food chain Chick-fil-A Inc. appears to have plans for a store at 2183 East Beltline Ave., just north of Knapp Street NE.
Third Coast Development LLC’s plans to construct additional apartments and retail along the burgeoning Michigan Street corridor took a step forward today.
Two Grand Rapids care providers have rolled out new initiatives that further expand telehealth offerings.
Trillium Ventures MSV LLC, a Grand Rapids-based multi-family investment and property management firm, has acquired a Portage apartment complex.
Rx Optical Laboratories Inc. broke ground this week on a $6 million expansion of its corporate headquarters in Kalamazoo.
Despite soft sales in the beginning of its first quarter, Herman Miller Inc. reported modest sales growth over the previous year, driven primarily by an improving North American market.
Declining order volumes hampered revenues for office furniture maker Steelcase Inc. in its second quarter of its 2017 fiscal year, which ended Aug. 26, 2016.
Mercy Health Muskegon broke ground today on a $271 million medical center that will consolidate inpatient care at a single campus.
One of Grand Rapids’ newest breweries will open on the campus of Grand Rapids Community College this academic year.
Grand Valley State University has received a $332,640 federal grant to train nurse practitioners to work in rural communities in Michigan.