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Amphitheater developer looks to awaited final vote

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on November 14, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   Weeks out from a vote on the proposed Waterville amphitheater project, developer Hunter Brucks is resolved to see the project through until the end. City council’s last meeting on Oct. 26 saw a quasi-judicial hearing in which […]

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Fairlane Town Center in Dearborn Adding Eight Retailers in 2022

Posted By: dbusiness on August 25, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   Fairlane Town Center, a three-level super-regional shopping center in Dearborn, announced eight new tenants already opened or coming this year including Toys”R”Us, The Coloring Station, Express Yourself, Prissy Paw Palace, Incredible Burger, The Ukiyo Store, Ballzy Balls, and Fix […]

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SIGNATURE SELLS 8,040 SQUARE FEET OF RETAIL IN WYOMING, MICHIGAN

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN—May 25, 2022— Signature Associates has negotiated the sale of an 8,040 square foot retail building located at 69 28th Street SW, Wyoming, Michigan. Joe Rizqallah of Signature Associates represented the purchaser, Latyn Rhythm Entertainment. Latyn Rhythm Entertainment has been our client for almost 10 years. They have multiple businesses, and this will […]

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Grand Rapids envisions theater nearly the size of Pine Knob — right downtown

Home to an arena, convention center and several smaller concert venues, Grand Rapids has no shortage of entertainment options, but city leaders say a proposal for a $116 million outdoor amphitheater that would sit on the banks of the Grand River on prime downtown real estate is expected to spur $474 million in economic impact […]

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Council approves plan for community entertainment districts

Toledo City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved plans to establish seven new community entertainment districts in an effort to bring more business and attract more residents to the downtown area. The districts are designated areas that will open the door for more liquor licensing and allow for a mix of entertainment, retail, social, and cultural […]

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Toledo looks to expand downtown community entertainment districts

The number of community entertainment districts in the downtown area could grow substantially if a new proposal is approved by Toledo City Council. Community entertainment districts are designated areas consisting of a combination of entertainment, retail, social, or cultural businesses with access to additional liquor licensing. The Regional Growth, Development and Small Business Enterprise Committee […]

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Partners begin construction on downtown Muskegon venues

A group of partners has begun construction on a pair of venues called Motu Lakeshore Wine Bar and Prohibition Muskegon. Jonathan Jelks and his father, Randal Jelks; Jamiel Robinson; recording artist Willie “Willie the Kid” Jackson; and Alvin Hills IV announced Monday, Feb. 21, construction officially kicked off on Motu Lakeshore Wine Bar and Prohibition Muskegon Bar […]

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Gilmore Collection confirms The B.O.B. closing; GLC Live at 20 Monroe will remain as venue

The restaurants, bars and entertainment venues inside The B.O.B. in downtown Grand Rapids will close, while GLC Live at 20 Monroe will remain as a venue ahead of the two buildings’ pending sales, property owner Gilmore Collection announced today. Gilmore Collection officials say the buyers of the two properties remain private, and future plans for The B.O.B. are not yet publicly […]

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Giving a boost to Lowertown

Anyone who has cruised along Summit Street just north of downtown in recent years has noticed a change. The neighborhood has some new businesses, new plans for the riverfront, and a new energy. What it needs is a little boost from the city. Neighborhood leaders, including owners of some of those new bars and restaurants, […]

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Blake Family of Companies puts $1 million into redevelopment, new venue

The Blake Family of Companies on Tuesday announced the completion of a $1 million redevelopment project that gives the brand a new, expanded multi-purpose, year-round retail and entertainment venue. Blake’s Backyard, located at 5600 Van Dyke Ave. in Almont, is open daily and features a 10,000 square foot taproom that offers Blake’s Hard Cider, beer […]

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Emagine to take over operations at Birmingham 8 theater

Emagine to take over operations at Birmingham 8 theater

The Birmingham 8 movie theater has joined the Emagine family. Emagine Entertainment Inc. said Tuesday it has acquired the downtown Birmingham movie theater, effective immediately. The theater is not expected to undergo any changes to its interior or to its marquee, but it is getting a new name: Birmingham 8, Powered by Emagine. “We are pleased to […]

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The Majestic Theatre complex and one of the country’s oldest bowling alleys is up for sale

The Majestic Theatre complex and one of the country’s oldest bowling alleys is up for sale

The historic and longstanding Majestic Theatre complex has been listed for sale on Loopnet.com. The listing doesn’t disclose an asking price for the acre-sized landmark, which includes the recently renovated Majestic Theatre, Garden Bowl bowling alley, upstairs music club the Magic Stick and Sgt. Pepperoni’s Pizzeria inside the Garden Bowl. When reached by phone Monday morning, owner […]

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Emagine Novi plans temporary drive-in theater at Fountain Walk

Emagine Novi plans temporary drive-in theater at Fountain Walk

Can’t wait to return to the movies? Neither can Paul Glantz. That’s why the chairman and co-founder of Emagine Entertainment has a plan to bring the movie experience outside. The theater company received approval from the Novi City Council to create a temporary drive-in movie area along the south side of the Emagine Novi theater […]

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New retail, entertainment development planned for Levis Commons

New retail, entertainment development planned for Levis Commons

n a surprise move, Toledo-based developer Ed Harmon announced Monday that he will break ground in July on a new retail/entertainment development in Levis Commons in Perrysburg. The two-story, 80,000-square-foot development will be located on 4½ acres of vacant ground adjacent to an existing building, known as the Orleans Building, which houses the Benchmark restaurant […]

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Palace of Auburn Hills to be razed; redevelopment in works

Palace of Auburn Hills to be razed; redevelopment in works

The former home of the Detroit Pistons soon will be demolished to make room for the homes of technology companies and corporations. A joint venture between Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores and Livonia-based Schostak Brothers & Co. Inc. have purchased the Palace of Auburn Hills to be redeveloped into 1 million square feet of mixed-use office and research […]

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