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Items Tagged with 'Brownfield'
City commissioners have to approve zoning change for project to go forward.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A new near-downtown residential project on the city’s west side had its work plan, development contract and reimbursement agreement approved by the Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority last week, and city commissioners will likely approve the project’s zoning change this week. Read More
The city of Grand Rapids' Economic Development Director Kara Wood has been tapped to represent the city on the Association for Brownfield Redevelopment Authorities, a new statewide agency. Read More
Back in 2008, Dave Levitt and Brad Rosely of Third Coast Development Partners were close to adding a five story, 149-room Hyatt Place Hotel to their premier 16 acre, mixed-use development, Mid Towne Village, at Michigan Street and Paris Avenue NE in Grand Rapids. Read More
An important state law that has been largely responsible for the re-development of urban areas in Michigan, including Grand Rapids, will go away if state lawmakers don’t act before the end of the year. Read More
When newly elected Gov. Rick Snyder cautioned his fellow Republicans two years ago that a right-to-work bill would be a divisive measure for the state, he was being prophetic. Read More
Developers are eligible for reimbursement funds and state revitalization grant.
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority recently put its stamp of approval on a brownfield development and reimbursement agreement submitted by Third Coast Development Partners. The partners, Dave Levitt and Brad Rosely, plan to renovate the former Miller Zeilstra Lumber Co. at 833 Michigan St. NE and a nearby two-story building at 411 Houseman Ave. NE. Read More