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Items Tagged with 'Grand Rapids City Commission'
Clancy Lofts would be very close to the planned GVSU health services campus.
The Grand Rapids City Commission this week will consider a rezoning request in the Belknap Lookout neighborhood to allow a new apartment complex kitty-corner from Grand Valley State University’s planned 11-acre health campus expansion on the north side of the Ford Freeway near the Medical Mile. Read More
Thierica and Firstronic look to increase their work forces the most.
Even though the monetary investment pledged by manufacturers this past year was quite a bit less than the previous year’s figure, the local companies that received industrial tax exemptions in 2013 from the Grand Rapids City Commission have promised to create more jobs than they did in 2012. Read More
Task force made recommendations, and board must decide on direction to take.
Where to find $22 million a year for the foreseeable future will be a taxing point of discussion when Grand Rapids city commissioners hold their inaugural meeting of the New Year next week. Read More
Retail project and two apartment houses are given clearance to go forward.
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
Commissioners will begin taking on zoning problem soon.
Grand Rapids city commissioners will enter new zoning territory next week when they begin considering whether to allow a new residential development in the Eastown Business District. Read More
Brookstone Capital may take on yet another housing development besides 20 E. Fulton.
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and the City Commission have approved 15 brownfield projects since the start of 2011 — projects worth about $126 million in private investment. Read More
The Kent County Land Bank Authority board will meet this week to approve or disapprove Grand Rapids City Commission’s transfer of 163 tax-foreclosed properties to the Land Bank, which would pay $1.182 million for the properties based on back taxes, interest and fees. Read More