The next year and a half is shaping up to be a busy period for higher education building projects.
Western Michigan University is positioning a new degree concentration to help serve the global aviation industry that’s expected to grow rapidly in the coming years.
The movie theater business over the last couple of decades has had more plots twists than an M. Night Shyamalan film.
When Byron Center-based Spartan Stores Inc. merged with Nash Finch Co. of Minneapolis last fall, the way the deal was structured helped position the newly formed SpartanNash Co. to immediately take on the task of integration without worrying about being overleveraged.
The Ottawa County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (OCBRA) approved its first assessment project that was made possible by a $400,000 federal grant.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley served as the keynote speaker at the Urban Land Institute of Michigan infrastructure conference this month in Lansing. MiBiz spoke with Calley before his address to discuss how the Governor’s office is approaching fixes to the state’s ailing infrastructure. Calley said it’s time to make big moves to find a solution.
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.
Grand Rapids-based 616 Development LLC and Rockford Development Group have partnered to purchase an aging property in the city’s west side neighborhood.
There’s a battle of competing reports brewing in Lansing over potential updates to the energy section of the state’s residential building code.
A Fortune 500 third-party logistics firm with offices in Grand Rapids recently moved 70 employees from the suburbs to city’s northwest side.