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Church completes $1.2M facility

A church in the region has built a new $1.2-million home. Read More

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Investors building suburban condos

Construction has begun on a new condominium project in the core of a Grand Rapids suburb. Read More

Mike Verhulst

Construction firm hires VP

A local construction firm has a new vice president. Read More

Sunset Manor & Villages

Senior living community opens wellness clinic

A senior living community in the area has opened a new wellness clinic. Read More

Michelle Covington

Q&A: Michelle Covington

Michelle Covington is the VP of advancement at the Inner City Christian Federation. Read More

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Workspace design firm expands Grand Rapids presence

A workplace design firm has opened a second office in Grand Rapids. Read More

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State approves $1.1M for industrial project

The state has approved more than $1 million in brownfield funding for a two-building industrial project in Grand Rapids. Read More

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Foundations award $300K to Grand Rapids for eviction prevention

Two local foundations have awarded a total of $300,000 to the city for a program aimed at improving housing stability. Read More

Dan Vos Construction

Four-time MCOY winner faces steady growth

After being named Michigan Contractor of the Year by the American Subcontractors Association of Michigan for the fourth time, Ada-based Dan Vos Construction attributes its years of success and growth to its employees and the trustworthy relationships it builds with its clients. Read More

Private equity changing market

After the housing crash, a new industry rose around property management that allowed single-family homes to be treated as commodities. Following the Great Recession, private equity started moving into the housing market, buying tens of thousands of homes and turning them into rental properties. Read More

‘All boats rise’ at architectural firm

When TowerPinkster opened in 1953 with six employees, it focused on health care projects. As the economy has dipped and peaked, the architectural firm has diversified to reach more sectors. Read More

Don’t get burned by fires

Most people think of Rehmann primarily as an accounting firm. But one of its three divisions handles putting out all kinds of fires. Read More

Amazon bid is lesson in cooperation

If practice makes perfect, economic development entities in West Michigan can add another level of experience to their résumés. Read More

Political, economic ‘to-do list’ is offered in Amazon’s hunt for HQ2

The proposal by economic developers in Michigan focuses on what exists, but the bid requirements are specific as to what needs to be. Read More


Restaurateur envisions Grand Rapids housing project

A restaurateur is considering converting the site of a historic Grand Rapids mansion into a housing development. Read More

Walgreens pharmacy pharmacist and customer

Drugstore chain closing locations

A national chain of drugstores is shutting down about 600 locations as part of an acquisition deal. Read More

Public Record

Oct. 27 — Mortgages Read More