GRAND RAPIDS — Blandford Nature Center has collaborated with local partners on a transformational land deal that could help reshape a neighborhood on the west side of Grand Rapids.
El Barrio Mexican Grill, a fixture of the Medical Mile dining scene for the last several years, has closed.
By and large, 2016 made for a record year for many in West Michigan’s commercial real estate and construction sectors.
West Michigan’s commercial real estate industry is capping off a banner year for 2016. Developers, architects and contractors have all reported success across multiple sectors, including retail, industrial and health care. And while some divisions have started to emerge about just how strong all those sectors truly are, executives across the region agree the boom in apartment development — and the corresponding need for design and construction for those projects — is real and makes for significant business opportunity. In separate interviews, MiBiz spoke with three industry stakeholders to get their take on where one segment in particular — the multifamily market — stands and where it’s going.
Third Coast Development LLC continues to invest in projects along Michigan Street to the east of downtown Grand Rapids.
Third Coast Development LLC’s plans to construct additional apartments and retail along the burgeoning Michigan Street corridor took a step forward today.
A vacant manufacturing facility has new owners and will be divided up for multiple new users.
A busy development firm may be looking at a major new project, but much still remains unknown.
Deerfield, Ill.-based pharmacy and retailer Walgreen Co. will soon open a store along Grand Rapids' Medical Mile, but don't expect to find gallons of milk, paper towel or other grocery staple items there.
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority yesterday approved funding for four West Michigan projects through the Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) financing program.