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As developers propose a new 71-unit studio apartment building on the edge of downtown Grand Rapids, Heritage Hill residents remain concerned about the added density and a lack of parking in the neighborhood.

Published in In the News

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

A sentiment survey commissioned in mid-November found widespread satisfaction among respondents about the state’s direction and expectations that the Michigan economy will either hold steady or improve over the next year.

Published in Crystal Ball

Close collaboration between developers and neighbors has helped bring a pair of proposed redevelopment projects closer to fruition in Grand Rapids’ burgeoning East Hills neighborhood.

Published in Design Build

Would-be brewery owners Edwin Collazo and Dave Petroelje plan to leverage their individual skills to launch a new craft brewery in Grand Rapids. Collazo, a former financial adviser, and long-time brewer Petroelje plan to open City Built Brewing Company LLC next summer in a mixed-use building in the city’s burgeoning North Monroe neighborhood, just north of downtown.

Published in Beer and wine

While the American Institute of Architects Grand Rapids intends its annual Honor Awards to celebrate the best architectural design and the top industry professionals in West Michigan, this year’s event seemed to touch on a more fundamental issue.

Published in In the News
Sunday, 11 October 2015 20:59

Q&A: Greg Metz, Lott3Metz Architecture LLC

Aside from his work as a principal at Lott3Metz Architecture LLC in Grand Rapids, Greg Metz has dedicated considerable time over the years working to promote the architecture industry on a regional and statewide basis. His peers appear to have taken notice: The American Institute of Architects Grand Rapids will present Metz with its highest honor, the President’s Award, at a special gala on Oct. 15

Published in Q&A

Price is important, but it’s not necessarily the most important factor West Michigan companies consider these days when they’re looking for real estate.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

GRAND RAPIDS — As the national professional organization for architects discusses ways it can become more relevant, the local chapter is also searching for a way to become the go-to resource for the profession in West Michigan.

Published in Design Build
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