Items Tagged with 'Inner City Christian Federation'

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Nonprofit closes on purchase of 177 properties for affordable housing

November 30, 2017
A Grand Rapids nonprofit has finalized its acquisition of 177 properties for affordable housing. Read More

Q&A: Michelle Covington

October 31, 2017
Michelle Covington is the VP of advancement at the Inner City Christian Federation. Read More

Nonprofit plans to redevelop former school

October 9, 2017
A local nonprofit is planning to redevelop a former school on the southeast side of Grand Rapids. Read More

Nonprofit hires VP of finance

July 27, 2017
A local affordable housing nonprofit has named a new vice president of finance. Read More

West Michigan feels affordable housing crunch

ICCF deal for 177 properties is done with intention of keeping those sites in reach of lower-income owners.

July 7, 2017
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) More than 175 residential properties are set to return to local ownership and geared toward lower-income families. Read More

Affordable housing deserves ‘intentional investment’

July 7, 2017
Inner City Christian Federation is expected to close soon on single-family homes and other residential properties in the Grand Rapids area, specifically to develop affordable housing, an urgent need as the city’s residential market continues to climb in value with new construction and escalating existing home prices. Read More

Nonprofit buying 177 properties for affordable housing

June 26, 2017
A Grand Rapids affordable housing nonprofit is under contract to buy 177 properties. Read More

Meijer names downtown store

June 1, 2017
The Meijer grocery store slated for downtown has its name — and it won’t be Meijer. Read More

State approves $19.3M for West Side project

April 25, 2017
A $55-million West Side project, including a planned Meijer store, has been approved by the state for $19.3 million in funding. Read More

Meijer store set for second phase of development

June 29, 2016
More details were released this week about the Rockford Construction development on Grand Rapids’ West Side. Read More