Housing Center Has New House
The facility, which was donated by the bank, has 4,000 square feet of "green" space, three times more room than the center's former
Fair Housing Center Executive Director Nancy Haynes said the renovation allows her agency to add two staff members, provides more space to store historical records, and gives the organization a state-of-the-art training room that can seat up to 45 people. But most of all, Haynes said the new space lets the center expand its services to 10 counties and work with more than 1,000 housing personnel each year.
"They have devoted countless hours to this campaign. We are grateful for their vision, leadership and practical advice," said Haynes.
Former Grand Rapids Mayor John Logie is the campaign's honorary chairman. For more information on the campaign, go online to fhcwm.org.
Isaac V. Norris & Associates designed the renovation, while DVK Construction served as the general contractor.