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Developers are planning a multi-story, mixed-use development in downtown Kalamazoo that could begin to take shape this summer.

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With an overhaul of its sales team, facilities and marketing strategy, the Kalamazoo Wings are looking to breath new life into its storied semi-pro hockey organization.

Published in Hospitality

It’s the money that matters. According to a new survey, the choice of doctors and hospitals appears secondary for many people who buy their own health coverage and opt for a lower premium.

Published in Health Biz

The Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine at Western Michigan University would acquire the assets of Southwest Michigan Innovation Center Inc. under a proposed deal now going through an extended approval process.

Published in Health Biz

A new expansion by Kalamazoo-based Tibbs Brewing Company Inc. promises to double its production capacity and streamline the company’s operations.

Published in In the News

A division of Boulder, Colo.-based Hill Hotel Group LLC has acquired the Holiday Inn at Kalamazoo West from Greenleaf Hospitality Group, according to a statement.

Published in In the News

Stryker Corp. (NYSE: SYK) may be one of the largest medical device companies in the world, but don't expect to find its name plastered all over the company's hometown of Kalamazoo. In fact, drive around the Southwestern Michigan city and you'll see surprisingly little evidence of the $8.7 billion maker of hospital beds, artificial hips, knees and more than 59,000 other health care products.

Published in New Michigan Deal

Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo has stepped up to the plate over the past year, booking acts that fans might normally have to drive 45 minutes north on U.S. 131 to check out. Battle Creek showcasing grassroots talent.

Regional malls may soon become a part of American nostalgia as changing consumer and business trends are moving away from large, costly shopping malls to smaller often mixed-use developments. As those trends take hold, they have the potential to reshape the retail landscape in communities in Southwest Michigan.


The commercial real estate markets in Kalamazoo and Calhoun counties still tell a story of recovery. While companies continue to improve their performance and pump life back into their balance sheets, some brokers in the market are watching from the sidelines, waiting for the action to heat up. 

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