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Investors constructing office building in suburb

June 12, 2018
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Georgetown Square office building partial exterior rendering
A partial rendering of the Georgetown Square office building in Georgetown Township. Courtesy CopperRock Construction

A new office building is coming to a Grand Rapids suburb.

Local investors and developers Nate Heyboer and Trevor Petroelje broke ground last month on Georgetown Square, a 12,000-square-foot building in Georgetown Township, at the southwest corner of Baldwin Street and 36th Avenue, according to CopperRock Construction.

The project should be finished by November.

The office building will be divided into six suites ranging from 1,300 to 3,600 square feet.

Georgetown Square, a $1,150,000 project, will feature 17-foot-high ceilings, a fully glass façade allowing plenty of natural light and 46 on-site parking spaces.

So far, Get emPowered Fitness Studio and Edward Jones financial advisors Jeff Kolk and Jeff Patterson have collectively pre-leased 6,100 square feet.

The remaining suites will range from 1,641 to 3,325 square feet.

Mark McDowell of MEM Designs is the architect on the project.

Grand Rapids-based CopperRock Construction is the general contractor on the project.

Financial support is being provided by Grand Rapids-based Mercantile Bank of Michigan.

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