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Crowdfunding opens up a new set of opportunities for capital formation to support commercial real estate projects, according to industry experts. But along with the ability to raise money from a large pool of non-accredited investors comes a host of new complexity.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

As the urban core of Grand Rapids and its near neighborhoods adds new residents, many people expect the area will see a rush of new retail options. However, those new stores offering basic staple items may not come as fast as many people would hope.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

Mid-rise, mixed-use development can go a long way toward creating increased, transit-oriented, dense neighborhood development. That’s according to Cherise Burda, the executive director of the Toronto-based Ryerson City Building Initiative, who spoke last week at the Urban Land Institute of Michigan’s Real Estate Forum in Detroit.

Published in In the News

Fixing Michigan’s roads, bridges and other infrastructure will certainly require the state to clear key budgetary hurdles, but it also may call for new models of public-private partnerships to see the projects to completion.

Published in Design Build

A familiar name in Michigan’s real estate development community is raising capital for a new fund aimed at adding some fuel to the deal-making environment in the state this fall.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

As urban development gains momentum across the country, one veteran developer plans to lead the charge in getting others interested in investing in downtown Muskegon.

Published in Design Build

The Urban Land Institute of Michigan’s first-ever Kalamazoo event sparked some interesting conversation about Michigan’s future and the prospects ahead of the state.

Published in Economic Development

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