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WMU BTR Park Weidenhammer Building

Architecture firm moves into university business park

An architecture and engineering firm is the newest tenant at a university’s business park in the region. Read More

Holland Hospital urgent care center Zeeland

Hospital opens urgent care center

A hospital has opened a second urgent care center to combat projected increases in non-essential visits to the emergency room during a physician shortage. Read More

James H. Zumberge Hall GVSU

University builds $22M administrative building

A university has completed the $22-million transformation of its former library into an administrative building. Read More

Waters Building

DDA supports $35M Waters Building project

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority has approved the recommendation of its Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. administrative staff to provide $70,000 in two grants and up to $1.48 million in future tax increment receipts to support the planned $35 million total re-development of the historic Waters Building on Ottawa Avenue downtown. Read More

Luxury hotel alive and well at Harbor Shores

Just over a year ago, the Business Journal reported on a planned resort-style hotel in St. Joseph, near the Whirlpool corporate campus. Read More

616 Nonprofit

616 Development practices philanthropic culture

It’s October, which means philanthropic buildups leading up to the holiday season — now only weeks away — have already begun. Read More

Dean Jensen

Hungerford Nichols' expansion reflects growing national trend

Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors has merged two small Greenville accounting firms to create a new larger office in Greenville — a sign of the times that a Hungerford Nichols principal says may ultimately involve many types of small businesses in America. Read More

Holland pursues SmartZone satellite designation

A lakeshore city with a history of successful entrepreneurs is constructing a regional partnership with Grand Rapids to develop a SmartZone along Lake Macatawa’s shoreline. Read More

SW Michigan First hosts leadership event

In January, individuals from across all business sectors and organizations will convene in Southwest Michigan to be inspired to believe, follow their passion and share leadership knowledge. Read More

Bus shelter provides learning opportunity

A Michigan State University bus shelter in East Lansing is about to become a classroom. Read More

First Companies Heritage Pointe phase two

Developer plans three medical buildings on East Paris

A developer is planning to build three office buildings on a busy corridor to meet demand for space by the health care industry. Read More

Bike rack

Grand Rapids enforces bike-lane ordinance

The Grand Rapids Mayor’s Office has announced that starting Nov. 1, the city will begin enforcing an ordinance passed recently prohibiting vehicles from parking in a designated bike lane, or partially blocking a bike lane and forcing a bicyclist into a vehicle travel lane. Read More

Sip Juice Bar

Juice bar squeezes into Forest Hills

A young juice bar is moving into a new neighborhood later this month — and expanding its chain of stores. Read More

Public Record

October 10 — Mortgages Read More