- change ups
Commercial, residential, office, industrial and retail
Koetje Builders, Gary Byker and Jannel Joppie, Muston Construction, Advanced Homes, Cutting Edge Builders and Sable Homes — along with a host of other designers and builders — are anxious to display their latest creations in the Spring Parade of Homes, which starts Friday. Read More
Well House announced that it has received a $257,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation that will allow it to purchase three additional houses to serve as permanent residences for the local homeless population. Read More
Harris Lofts has begun renovation work on the Harris Building, a 110-year-old downtown structure in the Heartside Business District. Read More
Kent County has reported that $2.6 million in damage has been done to public properties located outside of the city of Grand Rapids from the flooding of the Grand River. Read More
Kent County is now accepting offers for some prime riverfront property it owns — along Monroe Avenue NW between Michigan and Trowbridge streets. Read More
Downtown Market announced Thursday that Sweetie-licious Pie Pantry will be part of the indoor Market Hall when it opens later this summer. Read More
The renovated Federal Building in downtown Grand Rapids is answering to a new name. Read More
Board agrees to a purchase option for a parking lot near the arena.
The Arena South Visioning Plan was adopted by the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority last week and the board will use the 75-page report as a guidebook for projects that are proposed for five parking lots situated south of Van Andel Arena, which is at Fulton Street and Ottawa Avenue. Read More
CAR report shows first-quarter growth for office, retail and industrial segments.
With the recent sales of Bridgewater Place, Thirty-Eight and 222 Fulton, the current renovations of the Kendall and former Junior Achievement buildings and a proposal for a new office structure near Van Andel Arena, it’s not surprising the Commercial Association of Realtors reported activity has increased in the downtown office market. Read More