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The developers behind a proposed downtown skyscraper presented more details last night regarding plans to build the city’s tallest building, but the proposal has yet to cross the finish line.

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Despite concerns from nearby neighbors over issues of parking and density, a controversial 71-unit apartment building with retail space moved one step closer to becoming a reality tonight.

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616 Development plans a mixed-use project along the booming Wealthy Street corridor in the East Hills neighborhood east of downtown Grand Rapids.

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Citing decisions to restructure leasing and make tenant improvements on their own, the owners of a major Grand Rapids development today asked the state for administrative approval to amend its loan agreement.

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Plans to build a reported 63-unit, mixed-use development in Grand Rapids’ West Side neighborhood moved forward today with backing from the state.

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West Michigan developers in the last week have unveiled plans for hundreds of new housing units spread around the city. From proposed new skyscrapers in the central business district to infill projects in Heritage Hill to affordable housing on the west side, developers this week ramped up the pipeline of new projects in Grand Rapids.  

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A wedge-shaped parking lot in the middle of downtown Grand Rapids could be transformed into the site of the tallest building in Grand Rapids and one of the tallest in the state.

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616 Development LLC and Loeks Theaters Inc. today detailed plans for a multi-phase $140 million mixed-use development in the Arena South District of downtown Grand Rapids.

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When developer Sam Cummings set out to redevelop a building at 25 Ionia St. SW in Grand Rapids nearly two decades ago, he needed to leverage the site’s historic designation to make the project economically feasible.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
Thursday, 20 August 2015 13:32

New industrial space planned in Grand Rapids

Amid growing demand for industrial space in the greater Grand Rapids area, developers plan to construct two new buildings in Alpine Township. Grand Rapids-based Kelting Investment Properties LLC plans two new buildings at 1019 4 Mile Road NW to help meet the demand for quality industrial space in the region.

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