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Third Coast Development LLC continues to expand its restaurant portfolio.

Published in In the News

Commercial real estate and city government stakeholders view a soon-to-be vacated riverfront site as an ideal laboratory for testing a more equitable model of development.

Published in In the News

Stakeholders in West Michigan’s commercial real estate industry continue to express cautious optimism for the foreseeable future, despite the emergence of some headwinds. 

Published in Design Build

The partners in a newly proposed grocery store in downtown Grand Rapids cite the growing number of residents and workers in the Heartside neighborhood as a sign that the city needs more food options.

Published in In the News

Mid-rise, mixed-use development can go a long way toward creating increased, transit-oriented, dense neighborhood development. That’s according to Cherise Burda, the executive director of the Toronto-based Ryerson City Building Initiative, who spoke last week at the Urban Land Institute of Michigan’s Real Estate Forum in Detroit.

Published in In the News

Grand Rapids-based Third Coast Development has acquired a largely-vacant downtown office building with plans to turn it into as many as 21 market-rate apartments.

Published in In the News

The hospitality market across West Michigan is gearing up for a level of development not experienced in years.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

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