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As ArtPrize visitors begin streaming into downtown Grand Rapids for the competition’s seventh year, the city’s tourism-based businesses already have plenty of good news to celebrate.

Published in Hospitality

The marketing initiative, dubbed ‘Project Greenlight,” identified seven sites in Kent and Muskegon counties with multimodal transportation access that are prime for new projects or redevelopment.

Published in In the News

GRAND RAPIDS — A key change in managerial structure could position Gerald R. Ford International Airport for future growth and stronger regional representation.

Published in Economic Development

This morning, Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR) officials announced that low-cost carrier Allegiant Airlines would offer seasonal, nonstop service to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. beginning Dec. 16.

Published in In the News

Two bills before the state Legislature highlight a contentious debate over how and in what capacity governmental bodies should regulate the so-called sharing economy.

Published in Economic Development

There aren’t many landlords hanging up “For Lease” signs these days in greater Grand Rapids.

Published in Design Build

Small regional airports could bear the brunt of changes in the aviation industry. The reason: A projected pilot shortage is only expected to intensify over the next decade.

Published in Economic Development

More West Michigan manufacturers in the automotive supply chain could be adding new facilities and equipment over the next few years.

Published in Manufacturing

Visitors to Grand Rapids have a new option for lodging near Gerald R. Ford International Airport.

Published in In the News

Commercial real estate brokers are concerned about an overall lack of inventory across all sectors at the start of 2015.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
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