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Converting a historic place of worship into an apartment complex doesn’t happen every day. Neither does finding part of someone’s house buried on the construction grounds. Read More
Michigan Street project goes to commission for NEZ status.
616 Development will be the first in line this week when Grand Rapids city commissioners consider granting the firm the initial Neighborhood Enterprise Zone designation under the policy’s new guidelines they approved last week. Read More
Unique property manager is expected to add hundreds of units to its holdings.
The property manager for 616 Development, 616 Lofts, will be managing more apartments in about two weeks — and many, many more in about two years. Read More
Work has started on turning historic church into 616 Lofts on Prospect
The distinctive neo-Gothic structure that once served as a place of worship has all the possibilities to become one of the most unique places to call home in one of the city’s most noted neighborhoods, Heritage Hill. Read More
Just as the firm heads into the home stretch of its renovation of the Kendall Building in downtown Grand Rapids into a dozen apartments, 616 Development revealed a plan to expand its growing 616 Lofts community into a church in an historic neighborhood. Read More
After unveiling 21 new apartments last fall at 1 Ionia Ave. SW and then announcing it would build a dozen more through its conversion of the Kendall Building at 16 Monroe Center, 616 Development recently decided to add a few more units to its downtown lofts community. Read More
Derek Coppess is big on creating living spaces where people can become part of a community.
As a 7-year-old working on his father’s summer building crew, Derek Coppess became known as “Trash Boy.” Read More
In 2012, 616 Development, and its property management arm, 616 Lofts, stepped into the downtown renovation limelight and clearly positioned itself as a prominent positive force for the district’s future. Read More