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Commercial Real Estate (195)

A new hotel is in the works for downtown Grand Rapids.

The West Michigan region is losing its diamond-in-the-rough status, but that’s not bad news when it comes to commercial real estate.

West Michigan construction executives might relish the chance to take a three-day trip to Palm Springs, Fla. in the middle of February. But the trip is more than a vacation for CD Barnes Construction Executive Vice President Todd Oosting, who’s meeting up with an “invaluable” industry peer group that helps members better their individual businesses.

A building on Grand Rapids’ West Side initially renovated by developer and businessman Bob Israels now has new ownership.

A new industrial building going up northwest of downtown Grand Rapids could be a sign that more build-to-suit projects and even speculative building could soon show up in the West Michigan market.

As the economic recovery continues to take shape in West Michigan, local officials are again looking to parks and recreational assets as crucial parts of the region’s economic development strategy.

Chicago-based real estate investment firm Franklin Partners LLC is scooping up another large industrial property in the greater Grand Rapids area.

Building owners and developers want to know that all the systems they’re paying for work as designed. That’s led to a rise in the commissioning of buildings, a process that helps owners and developers proactively find problems before they arise and do less backtracking if issues do come up.

After years of talking about plans for a new business dedicated to a unique blend of architectural design, one father-son duo have decided the time is right to hang out their own shingle in Grand Rapids.

A Chicago-based developer of office and industrial sites across West Michigan is in the process of purchasing the firm’s second downtown Grand Rapids office building in the last two years.

A year after losing the Waters Building to foreclosure, the formers owners of the landmark property in downtown Grand Rapids are one step closer to buying it back.

Residential developers in downtown Grand Rapids and the adjacent neighborhoods could be missing out on an opportunity to serve a growing market segment.

After getting its feet wet with new processes for a couple of years, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. says it has improved how it delivers development and business incentives with a few minor tweaks.

Two new reports on real estate trends point to steady, incremental growth across most Michigan market sectors in 2014.

Eight apartment properties in and around downtown Grand Rapids have new owners.

A historic building on a main thoroughfare in downtown Grand Rapids that recently fell into receivership now has a new set of owners.

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