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The expansion of New Holland Brewing Company LLC to Grand Rapids’ west side cleared another hurdle today. At a meeting of the Michigan Strategic Fund board this morning in Lansing, the proposed $25 million mixed-use project received approval for a $2.5 million Michigan Community Revitalization Program (CRP) loan to assist in bridging a finance gap.

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Developer Bradley Hartwell aims to take the skills he’s learned in his real estate career and transfer them to two independent projects in his former neighborhood.

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As warning signs begin to emerge about the health of the global real estate industry, experts in West Michigan believe there’s not much reason to worry about the fundamentals of the local market — at least not yet.

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East Coast investors acquired The Lofts at 5 Lyon, a student housing and retail property located at the northwest corner of Lyon Street and Division Avenue in the city’s downtown.

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A new Latin-inspired restaurant is slated to open this summer at 64 Ionia Street SW, just south of the Van Andel Arena.

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Walker-based Meijer Inc. has no current plans to shift away from its traditional big-box format in favor of smaller stores located in urban areas.

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The retail development segment typically emerges last from economic downturns. Only once construction has taken hold in the housing and industrial markets do retailers generally look to begin building again.

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Worklab by Custer is developing an alternative office space environment for a newly renovated downtown Grand Rapids office building. Worklab, a separate company formed under the Custer Inc. banner, recently inked a deal with developer Franklin Partners LLC to create 10,000 square feet of co-working space on the second floor of the 99 Monroe building.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
Monday, 02 September 2013 22:00

Retailers hone biz models for urban markets

As developers have turned their attention to adding residential units in and around downtown Grand Rapids, they’re helping to create an environment that’s more conducive for urban retailers.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
Sunday, 21 July 2013 22:00

More housing units for GR, same debate

One developer is betting big on the future of residential development in downtown Grand Rapids.

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