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The cost of the project has been reduced slightly, dropping from $40 million to $37 million, but city commissioners see the downtown development Brookstone Capital intends to build at 20 E. Fulton St. as a significant revenue generator. Read More
Local authority amends earlier brownfield plan for mixed-use development.
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority approved a revised brownfield plan last week for the massive $40 million mixed-use project Brookstone Capital plans to build at 20 E. Fulton St., but the eventual reimbursement won’t match the developer’s requested amount. Read More
Two hundred and forty-seven new apartments targeted for downtown came before Grand Rapids city commissioners from three developers in one fairly short meeting last week because 183 of them will be built as “affordable” — meaning construction will be partly financed by low-income housing tax credits. Read More
Brookstone Capital is at it again. Read More
DDA awards developer a PILOT for mixed-income residential development.
A few weeks ago, Brookstone Capital began construction on a new $15 million, seven-story residential and retail project on a vacant downtown lot at 240 Ionia Ave. SE, across from Heartside Park. Read More
Brookstone Capital has revealed that it plans to build a $40 million, 14 story residential and retail building at a key intersection in downtown Grand Rapids. Read More
Brookstone Capital will add new residences and retail downtown.
At its last meeting, the Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority unanimously approved an amended work plan to redevelop a vacant parcel at 240 Ionia Ave. SW and authorized a development and reimbursement agreement for the project being done by Brookstone Capital. Read More
City’s brownfield authority has had success with EPA grant program.
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority agreed last week to revise the brownfield plan for a new mixed-use project to be built on a vacant lot at the downtown corner of Ionia Avenue and Williams Street SW. Read More