Items Tagged with 'CWD Real Estate Investment'

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CWD expands its presence on city’s southeast side

It hasn’t yet decided on a project for the site.

November 22, 2013
It appears the reason CWD Real Estate Investment bought the building that houses the Michigan Athletic Club and the property it sits on is that both are close to some sites the firm already owns. Read More

Two developers receive zoning changes from city

Retail project and two apartment houses are given clearance to go forward.

October 25, 2013
Two notable development firms received zoning changes from the Grand Rapids City Commission and a longtime provider of affordable housing had its payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreement revised last week. Read More

Developer plans shopping center in southeast Grand Rapids

October 16, 2013
A prominent commercial real estate developer wants to build a shopping center at a busy intersection in southeast Grand Rapids. Read More

Downtown landmarks oversee $7.29M in renovations

August 28, 2013
Grand Rapids’ first skyscraper is getting renovated. Read More

City and CWD agree on property option

Agreement is for up to three years and could cost developer $55,000.

January 25, 2013
Grand Rapids city commissioners unanimously agreed last week to enter into a property-option contract with CWD Real Estate Investment. Read More

CWD Real Estate Investment plans eight-story building downtown

January 15, 2013
CWD Real Estate Investment plans to purchase a downtown parking lot and possibly develop it into an eight-story building that will connect to the company’s adjacent property, the Trade Center Building at 50 Louis St. NW. Read More

Grandville raises region's profile among retailers

January 2, 2013
Grandville’s economic ball keeps rolling along. Read More

Work on Trade Center Building to begin soon

CWD is set to renovate the century-old structure to historic standards.

December 8, 2012
CWD Real Estate Investment is planning to begin its historic renovation of the Trade Center Building in the first quarter of next year. The landmark downtown building, which opened in 1896, will have its brick exterior improved and interior enhanced. Windows will also be added. Read More