Items Tagged with 'LINC Community Revitalization'

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Nonprofit produces Rock the Block

June 11, 2015
This weekend, the party is moving to Grand Rapids' Madison Square neighborhood. Read More

Developer plans $15M urban housing project

April 7, 2015
A developer is planning a $15-million project in Grand Rapids with several types of housing and commercial space. Read More

Prompt action is welcome in wake of grand jury decisions

December 5, 2014
Grand Rapids city staff has agreed to provide citizens with recommendations in the next two weeks related to the concerns and ideas presented in meetings with the Grand Rapids NAACP, facilitated by LINC Community Revitalization, in the wake of a Dec. 3 New York grand jury decision not to indict a police officer for wrongdoing in the choking death of Eric Garner. Read More

Nonprofit completes $10M development

October 31, 2014
A local nonprofit has completed a $10-million mixed-use development to help revitalize an urban neighborhood. Read More

Nonprofit wins $2.4M grant for families in poverty

June 4, 2014
A foundation is committing $2.4 million to a local nonprofit to help “raise vulnerable children and families out of poverty” in Grand Rapids’ neighborhoods. Read More

Restaurant serves soul food

February 6, 2014
A new restaurant is opening to help revitalize a neighborhood. Read More

Nonprofit builds 44 residential units

December 11, 2013
A neighborhood revitalization nonprofit is building 44 apartments and townhomes. Read More

The Black Market spotlights minority businesses

November 22, 2013
Grand Rapids Area Black Businesses and LINC Community Revitalization share a similar vision: the economic flourishing of Grand Rapids’ minorities. Read More

LINC hosts open house on Grandville Avenue revitalization

November 6, 2013
Business owners and residents are going to sit down and have a chat Thursday about the revitalization of Grandville Avenue in Grand Rapids. Read More

LINC celebrates Southtown at Rock the Block 2013

June 14, 2013
Imagine if neighborhood revitalization looked like a block party. Read More