Metro Health Hospital says it secured a $1 million settlement against the former head of the Metro Health Foundation.
Custom Profile Inc. has acquired the plastic extrusion business from Wisconsin-based Bemis Manufacturing Company.
The Grand Rapids chapter of American Institute of Architects (AIA) held its annual Honor Awards Gala last night. Twenty entries were submitted this year, in categories such as: individual buildings, interior architecture and small commercial design. That’s fewer entries than a year ago, but it isn’t a bad thing, according to Thom Danckaert, Grand Rapids AIA board president and lead design architect at Grand Rapids-based Progressive AE.
DP Fox Ventures LLC, the family office of Dan and Pamella DeVos, today announced its acquisition of the Edge Ice Arena in Holland.
Royal Technologies Corporation will invest $33.7 million to construct a new facility in Jamestown Charter Township.
Zeeland Farm Services Inc. plans to invest $130 million into a new soybean processing facility in Ithaca, 45 miles north of Lansing.
CWD Real Estate Investment Inc.’s purchase of the Fifth Third Bancorp. campus in downtown Grand Rapids is a done deal.
Kalamazoo Sanitary Supply Inc. (KSS Enterprises) this week announced the completion of its expanded headquarters facility on the south side of Kalamazoo.
Executives answering the latest survey by Business Leaders for Michigan expect both the state and U.S. economies to grow at a slower pace through 2017.
A manufacturer of a variety of oral care products has closed a deal with Toronto-based BrushPoint.
Here’s the MiBiz Growth Report for Oct. 3, 2016:
• M&A: Glenmoor Village, a Battle Creek-based manufactured home community, has been acquired by Chicago-based Zeman Homes Inc., according to a statement. Zeman, one of the largest private operators of manufactured home communities, now has seven properties in Michigan, plus sites in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois and Indiana. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Glenmoor opened in 2002, according to a report in the Battle Creek Enquirer.
KALAMAZOO — Of the hundreds of nonprofits in the Kalamazoo area, most of them have tapped into the services offered by ONEplace at one time or another.
Eight years after voters approved the use of medical marijuana, Michigan lawmakers have agreed to a regulatory framework for the commercial growing and selling of marijuana to qualified patients.
The restoration of an angel tax credit in Michigan looks doubtful before the present legislative term expires at the end of the year.
Metro Health’s probable link with the University of Michigan Health System comes a little more than a year after a joint venture collapsed with one of the largest operators of hospitals in America.
KALAMAZOO — The rebranding of Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo follows a move by parent company Ascension Health to create a single brand identity for all of its hospitals and care centers.
As the 2016 version of ArtPrize enters its final week, it might seem like local artists are living in a golden age.
GRANT — When Porous Pave Inc. began in 2008, the manufacturer of permeable paving technology had trouble tapping into the commercial market.
BATTLE CREEK — Concerns over national security could spark wider access to a $100 billion industry for West Michigan manufacturers.
ZEELAND — In a new lawsuit, a West Michigan office furniture manufacturer accuses a Canadian company of producing and selling knock offs of one of the industry’s iconic designs.
To help make Michigan more attractive for large-scale real estate developments, lawmakers want to give developers new options to help fund their projects.
Affiliating with the University of Michigan Health System would give Metro Health scale and the access to expertise and capital needed for breaking out of the shadows of its larger competitors in Grand Rapids.
Third Coast Development LLC continues to invest in projects along Michigan Street to the east of downtown Grand Rapids.
Oral health care manufacturer Ranir LLC has acquired the building where it’s been a tenant for more than 20 years.
The Alliance for Economic Success, an economic development organization in Manistee County, recently added new members from Benzie County to its board of directors.
Atlanta-based fast food chain Chick-fil-A Inc. appears to have plans for a store at 2183 East Beltline Ave., just north of Knapp Street NE.
Third Coast Development LLC’s plans to construct additional apartments and retail along the burgeoning Michigan Street corridor took a step forward today.
Two Grand Rapids care providers have rolled out new initiatives that further expand telehealth offerings.
The last major vacant building in the core of downtown Grand Rapids will remain empty, at least for the foreseeable future.
Trillium Ventures MSV LLC, a Grand Rapids-based multi-family investment and property management firm, has acquired a Portage apartment complex.
Despite soft sales in the beginning of its first quarter, Herman Miller Inc. reported modest sales growth over the previous year, driven primarily by an improving North American market.
Declining order volumes hampered revenues for office furniture maker Steelcase Inc. in its second quarter of its 2017 fiscal year, which ended Aug. 26, 2016.
Mercy Health Muskegon broke ground today on a $271 million medical center that will consolidate inpatient care at a single campus.
Grand Valley State University has received a $332,640 federal grant to train nurse practitioners to work in rural communities in Michigan.
Borgess Medical Center and its sister hospitals in Michigan are rebranding under a move by parent company Ascension Health to create a common brand identity.
Core Realty Holdings LLC, a Newport Beach, Calif.-based investment group, has acquired five nearly-full industrial properties around West Michigan.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Sept. 19, 2016.
• M&A: Zeeland-based BiaCare Corp., a manufacturer of compression garments and bandages, was acquired by SIGVARIS Group, a Swiss maker of medical compression textiles. BiaCare was founded 12 years ago and employs 22 people in Zeeland, according to a statement. The company developed a range of compression products with velcro wraps to treat lymphedema, lipedema and chronic venous insufficiency. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. SIGVARIS pursued the acquisition as part of its international growth strategy for medically complex compression applications, calling BiaCare “a pioneering leader” in the segment. For BiaCare, the deal “significantly increases our ability to provide physicians and therapists the compression solutions they need,” according to President Keith Hoffman.