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GRAND RAPIDS — Citing demand for more diverse housing products, developers cautiously have started exploring whether to market new condominiums for sale in Grand Rapids’ downtown district.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

A local developer has scrapped plans for multifamily housing at a proposed twin-tower downtown Grand Rapids development to pursue a hotel tenant instead, MiBiz has learned.

Published in In the News

Orion Real Estate Solutions, the development arm of Grand Rapids-based general contractor Orion Construction Co. Inc., remains one of the most active developers in the market. The firm plans to open about 550 market-rate apartments in early 2017. Orion Real Estate President John Wheeler and Orion Construction President Roger Rehkopf spoke with MiBiz about their outlooks for the industry in 2017. 

Published in Crystal Ball

GRAND RAPIDS — If 2016 was the year of planning for myriad multi-family residential projects around West Michigan, 2017 seems to be the year for execution.

Published in Crystal Ball

GRAND RAPIDS — The largest bank headquartered in Michigan wants to increase its profile in downtown Grand Rapids in the years ahead. 

Published in In the News

GRAND RAPIDS — Facing a dearth of high-amenity space in the downtown Grand Rapids market, commercial real estate stakeholders hope developers can soon begin to add Class A office inventory.

Published in Design Build

With nearly 2,000 new apartment units in the development pipeline for downtown Grand Rapids, many in the community have started to wonder when a full-service grocery store will open in the city core.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

Orion Construction Inc. and The Gilmore Collection broke ground today on the long-planned Venue Tower project that will bring 88 new apartments and a music venue to the corner of Fulton Street and Monroe Avenue in Grand Rapids.

Published in In the News

Stakeholders in West Michigan’s commercial development industry say 2016 will look much like 2015, particularly in the increasingly popular urban multifamily housing market.

Published in Crystal Ball

Orion Construction plans to build a mixed-use development along the banks of the Grand River just north of downtown Grand Rapids. The River’s Edge development at 1001 North Monroe Ave. will consist of 35 one- and two-bedroom apartments, on-site parking as well as a ground-floor restaurant and bar, said John Wheeler, director of business development at Orion Construction and president of its development subsidiary, Orion Real Estate Solutions.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
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