Ehren Wynder

Ehren Wynder

Ehren Wynder is a Grand Rapids Business Journal staff reporter who covers real estate, construction and architecture, retail, beverages, transportation, energy, technology and city government. Email Ehren at ewynder at grbj dot com. Follow him on Twitter @ehren_wynder

ARTICLES

City turns to public for bicycle input

Residents will be able to discuss Grand Rapids’ bicycle-friendly plan next month.

July 13, 2018
The city of Grand Rapids is once again tapping the public for input on transportation, this time to expand the city’s bicycle infrastructure. Read More

New brewery strives for inclusivity

Kings Brewery would be first African-American-owned brewery in state.

July 13, 2018
Michigan’s first African-American-owned brewery was one of last week’s winners of Start Garden’s 100 Ideas. And a $20,000 cash prize is bringing the vision closer to opening day. Read More

Aviation firm names executive

July 13, 2018
A local aviation company has appointed a new vice president of operations. Read More

Retailer opens Hudsonville store

July 13, 2018
A major retailer in the area has opened a new location. Read More

Brewery expands space, brewing capacity

July 13, 2018
A local brewery is moving, but not far. Read More

Developer plans $32M apartment building

July 12, 2018
A local developer aims to breathe new life into an historic building in the region. Read More

Broker named 'counselor of the year'

July 11, 2018
A global real estate organization has given top honors to a local real estate broker. Read More

Firm buys land for affordable housing on West Side

July 11, 2018
An affordable housing developer has purchased a plot of land on Grand Rapids’ West Side. Read More

Downtown parking shuffle continues

Most developers are reserving spaces only for their tenants and their customers.

July 6, 2018
Downtown Grand Rapids has thousands of new parking spaces in the works, but despite the private sector’s involvement, many developers are only building to suit the needs of their secured tenants. Read More

Montague to see $8M in development

Residential and commercial real estate developer to finance part of investment with personal funds.

July 6, 2018
Dean Weaver “fell in love” with Montague after vacationing there with his family for the first time, and with a desire to watch the community grow, the residential and commercial real estate developer unveiled plans to bring a host of mixed uses to the area. Read More