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The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority (DDA) board of directors today voted to move forward a draft of the GR Forward plan for a formalized public review.

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GRAND RAPIDS — While Michigan State University’s future $88.1 million biomedical research facility is expected to have an impact on the region’s scientific research community, the project also demonstrates the strength of the real estate market in Grand Rapids.

Published in Design Build

Downtown management entity Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) yesterday proposed a $9.7 million budget for fiscal year 2016, subject to approval by the Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors and the Grand Rapids City Commission.

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Grand Rapids has the lowest vacancy rate for apartments of any U.S. metropolitan market, and savvy developers see that as a business opportunity. As evidence, they have more than 1,400 residential units committed or currently under construction across the city.

Published in Design Build

The City of Grand Rapids’ plan to use state funds to convert six parcels of underutilized property along the Grand River into green space has sparked a debate over land use and sustainable riverfront development.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

When Bill Kirk signed on to work as mobility manager for Downtown Grand Rapids Inc., he had the option to use a company-supplied, assigned parking space.

Published in Design Build

Michigan State University’s Board of Trustees today approved construction of the long-awaited Biomedical Research Center facility as part of the College of Human Medicine in downtown Grand Rapids.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

2015 could be a transformative year for downtown Grand Rapids, says Kris Larson. With a number of new downtown living options expected to come online in the coming year, the central business district’s population is on the rise, which could spur new retail and entertainment options.

Published in Crystal Ball

Fewer submissions for the Honors Awards presented by the Grand Rapids chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIAGR) probably translates into good news for the West Michigan industry as a whole.

Published in Design Build

Fixing Michigan’s roads, bridges and other infrastructure will certainly require the state to clear key budgetary hurdles, but it also may call for new models of public-private partnerships to see the projects to completion.

Published in Design Build
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