Items Tagged with 'Habitat for Humanity of Kent County'

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City approves $40M project

Plaza Roosevelt development to include housing, rental units and new GRPS high school.

February 23, 2018
After gaining the necessary approval, the $40-million Plaza Roosevelt development is set to begin construction in the fall. Read More

Housing nonprofit appoints board

January 24, 2018
A local housing nonprofit has its new board of directors. Read More

Inside Track: Navy veteran lends a hand

Michael Hyacinthe’s programs help past military members reintegrate into society with affordable housing, jobs.

December 22, 2017
Growing up in New York City, Michael Hyacinthe wanted to play basketball. Read More

Bank foundation awards $250K to nonprofits

December 15, 2017
A bank foundation has awarded three West Michigan nonprofits grants totaling $250,000. Read More

Partners share plan for $40M urban development

August 31, 2017
The group of partners planning a $40-million neighborhood development in Grand Rapids have revealed their plan for the site. Read More

Partners plan 5.5-acre urban development

November 22, 2016
A Grand Rapids neighborhood has a lot to be thankful for on Thursday. Read More

West Michigan organizations win statewide Energy Excellence awards

September 5, 2016
A pair of organizations in the region have been named winners in a statewide awards program that celebrates energy innovation. Read More

Homebuilders win Power Builder award

July 28, 2016
A pair of homebuilders in the region have won a Power Builder award from a national council focused on sustainable building. Read More

Grant boosts neighborhood revitalization on city’s west side

January 22, 2016
An affordable housing campaign on the city’s west side is getting a boost from the Grand Rapids Community Foundation. Read More

Inside Track: Buikema has overseen a sea change at Habitat

Habitat for Humanity of Kent County’s new model involves neighborhood stabilization and revitalization.

September 5, 2014
Mary Buikema knows owning a house can be a transformational experience for a family, which is why she is so passionate about her job at Habitat for Humanity of Kent County. Read More