Items Tagged with 'Bucktown'


'Active lifestyle' restaurant franchise opening doors

June 5, 2017
A restaurant franchise that bills itself as being for those with an “active lifestyle” is opening in the area. Read More

Grilled cheese franchise set for opening

April 28, 2015
A grilled cheese franchise is opening its first restaurant in the market. Read More

Grilled cheese franchise maps location

September 30, 2014
A grilled cheese sandwich franchise didn’t “cut corners” in selecting the site for one of the restaurants it’s planning in the region. Read More

Sports apparel chain enters market

March 25, 2014
A national sports apparel retailer in entering the market at a major shopping center in the region. Read More

Colliers says retail spaces are still filling up

CWD’s Bucktown Shopping Center is one of area’s most active.

October 25, 2013
The vacancy rate in the metro area’s retail real estate market fell during the third quarter, as more space was absorbed. Read More

Designer cupcakes and cookies rise in Grandville

October 10, 2013
A longtime Grand Rapids destination for indulgent sweets is getting settled in its new Grandville home. Read More

Grandville raises region's profile among retailers

January 2, 2013
Grandville’s economic ball keeps rolling along. Read More

From BALLE to Bucktown, 2012 saw it all

The people and events that shaped the year in West Michigan may indicate good things to come.

December 29, 2012
A year of true change or simply a year of transition? As West Michigan shook off the last dredges of the Great Recession, history might look at 2012 as a pivotal time in the region’s economic development. Has West Michigan turned the corner, or is another year of “recovery” in store? Take a look at what happened locally in the business world and then make that decision. Read More

New year brings jobs to Bucktown

Grandville retail center looks like an economic engine.

December 22, 2012
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Not that the partners at CWD Real Estate Investment are thinking of changing the name of their Bucktown Shopping Center to the Jobtown Shopping Center, but they could. Read More