Items Tagged with 'Brownfield Redevelopment Authority'

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City agency pushes building project forward

Development will add more units to growing residential sector.

January 10, 2014
A key mixed-use project planned for the city’s near northeast side took another step toward reality last week when the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority approved a development and reimbursement pact with the developer of Lofts on Michigan. Read More

616 Development plans to try something new

Company is planning to build another ‘Lofts’ on Michigan Street.

November 8, 2013
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority approved a brownfield plan and an obsolete property designation for one of the city’s most active developers last week, and this project will mark the first time 616 Development will build from scratch after having revived many vacant structures. Read More

Icon reimbursements transferred to new owner

Thirty-seven developments have brownfield agreements with the city.

September 13, 2013
The city’s Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has reassigned a development and reimbursement agreement it has had with a troubled downtown residential tower for the past eight years to the structure’s new owner. Read More

New charter school will receive brownfield tax reimbursements

But work on two other former elementary schools hasn’t begun.

February 15, 2013
Now that Charter Development LLC has finished its transformation of the former Oakdale Elementary School into a charter school, the firm submitted its brownfield reimbursement invoice recently to the Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority. Read More

Brownfield authority to make reimbursements this week

September 9, 2012

Members of the Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority agreed last week to reimburse Front Street Property LLC nearly $500,000 for the eligible activities it performed when the firm built the five-story office building at 634 Front St. NW four years ago.

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Local grocer to modernize and expand

August 20, 2012
One of the city’s oldest grocery stores will soon undergo a facelift and double in size. Read More