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Commercial real estate brokers say industrial companies looking to free up some capital need only to look as far as their own property for one potential source. 

The historic Waters Building in downtown Grand Rapids is now under new management.


If you look past the gleaming facades and sparkling new windows of just about every major housing project launched in downtown Grand Rapids over the past five years, you will find Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) at their foundations.

The call for design services continues to rise across the country as the architecture industry keeps clawing its way back to life.

Growing manufacturing companies hoping to expand in West Michigan have their work cut out for them in identifying new space.

The city of Grand Rapids Parking Commission approved a motion today, to release Franklin Partners, purchaser of the Campau Square Plaza Building at 99 Monroe Ave., from a long-term parking lease in the adjacent Campau Parking Structure.

A mix of "leased" and "sold" signs continue to appear on industrial properties across West Michigan as manufacturers that survived the recession and are growing have started to seek expansion options. 

As West Michigan's commercial real estate market bounces back from rock bottom, Amicus Management Inc. is right in the thick of things.

Public-private partnerships may be messy and complex, but they provide the best opportunities to push forward on transformational development projects.

 Chicago real estate investor Donald J. Shoemaker knows two things about Michigan many of his peers in the Windy City don’t:

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