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  • ABC announces winners of Excellence in Construction awards

    GRAND RAPIDS — Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Michigan has announced the winners of its 33rd annual Excellence in Construction awards. GRAND RAPIDS — Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Michigan has announced the winners of...

  • Plascore undergoing $6M expansion in Zeeland

    ZEELAND — Plascore Inc., a manufacturer of lightweight composite products, is investing nearly $6 million to expand its footprint in Zeeland. ZEELAND — Plascore Inc., a manufacturer of lightweight composite products, is investing nearly $6 million to...

  • GRCC purchases former Holland Twp. JCPenney building

    HOLLAND TWP. — Trustees at Grand Rapids Community College have voted to purchase a former JCPenney store in Holland Township to convert it into a consolidated Lakeshore campus. HOLLAND TWP. — Trustees at Grand Rapids Community College have voted to...

  • ‘MOVE THE NEEDLE’: Cornerstone Alliance launches initiative to reverse population declines

    BENTON HARBOR — A new campaign aims to stanch Berrien County’s population losses and attract thousands of new residents over the next decade. BENTON HARBOR — A new campaign aims to stanch Berrien County’s population losses and attract thousands of new...

  • Groups aim for compromise on short-term rental legislation

    After intense debate in recent years, Holland’s short-term rental pilot program has proven to be less eventful than some city leaders had feared. After intense debate in recent years, Holland’s short-term rental pilot program has proven to be less...

  • Delays extend Grand Rapids Whitewater start to 2021

    GRAND RAPIDS — Officials expect to begin the $45 million project to restore the rapids in the Grand River by July 2021, later than they had originally projected. GRAND RAPIDS — Officials expect to begin the $45 million project to restore the rapids in...

  • West Michigan industrial vacancy remains at all-time low

    GRANDVILLE — After searching for vacant sites in several other regions, the owners of Littlefoot Coffee Roasters LLC found space in Grandville that allows them to plant their roots back in Michigan and have room to expand in the future. GRANDVILLE —...

  • Grand Rapids’ economic development services manager leaving for WMU position

    KALAMAZOO — Kara Wood, the managing director of economic development services for the city of Grand Rapids, will join Western Michigan University as an associate vice president for community partnerships on Oct. 7. KALAMAZOO — Kara Wood, the managing...

  • Ascension Borgess purchases land in WMU Business park

    KALAMAZOO — Ascension Borgess Hospital has purchased 8.2 acres of land from Western Michigan University for the future development of outpatient services. KALAMAZOO — An affiliate of Ascension Borgess Hospital has purchased 8.2 acres of land from...

  • Hoekstra Electrical relocates to new $2M Holland facility

    HOLLAND — Hoekstra Electrical Services LLC is relocating its headquarters to Holland after outgrowing its space in nearby Hamilton. HOLLAND — Hoekstra Electrical Services LLC is relocating its headquarters to Holland after outgrowing its space in...

  • Blandford Nature Center begins demolition as part of $6.6M Highlands restoration project

    GRAND RAPIDS — Blandford Nature Center has launched a $6.6 million project to turn the former Highlands Golf Club property back to nature. GRAND RAPIDS — Blandford Nature Center has launched a $6.6 million project to turn the former Highlands Golf Club...

  • Arvon Brewing relocating to Grand Rapids 

    After operating its brewing facility in a 700-square-foot space since 2017, the owners of Arvon Brewing Co. in Grandville say they are ready to grow the business. GRAND RAPIDS — After operating its brewing facility in a 700-square-foot space since...

  • Momentum continues for apartment development across Grand Rapids

    GRAND RAPIDS — Developers of apartments in Grand Rapids are still seeing high demand for market-rate units. GRAND RAPIDS — Developers of apartments in Grand Rapids are still seeing high demand for market-rate units. This trend has been a common theme...

  • Groundwater issues in Ottawa County halt developments

    In response to growing concerns about groundwater issues, Ottawa County’s Olive Township has hit pause on plans for a platted subdivision that’s been in the works for nearly a decade. In response to growing concerns about groundwater issues, Ottawa...

  • New fund aims to spur affordable housing development in Holland

    HOLLAND — A new fund aims to cover pre-development costs to incentivize developers to add affordable housing in the Holland and Zeeland areas, MiBiz has learned. HOLLAND — A new fund aims to cover pre-development costs to incentivize developers to add...

  • Developers find continued opportunities in condos, townhomes

    Some housing developers in West Michigan are turning to condominiums and townhomes in targeting Millennials who are looking for more space and quieter locations. Some housing developers in West Michigan are turning to condominiums and townhomes in...

  • Grand Rapids airport announces $90M expansion

    GRAND RAPIDS — A $90 million expansion at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport will aid in economic development in West Michigan, the airport authority board said Wednesday. GRAND RAPIDS — A $90 million expansion at the Gerald R. Ford International...

  • New fund to boost economic development in Ottawa County

    ZEELAND — A new “economic catalyst” fund and advisory committee hopes to further economic growth in Ottawa County. ZEELAND — A new “economic catalyst” fund and advisory committee hopes to further economic growth in Ottawa County. Lakeshore Advantage...

  • Ford Airport names new president & CEO

    GRAND RAPIDS — The Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority Board has selected Torrance Richardson as the new president and CEO of the airport, the board announced Friday. GRAND RAPIDS — The Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority Board...

  • Web development company to move to downtown Battle Creek

    BATTLE CREEK -- Ministry Designs, a communication and web development company, is moving to downtown Battle Creek. BATTLE CREEK -- Ministry Designs, a communication and web development company, is moving to downtown Battle Creek. Ministry Designs will...


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