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Oregon Economic Development Committee discusses town center project, future

As part of Oregon’s new town-center project’s first phase, construction of a new roadway off Pickle Road is scheduled to begin at summer’s end. The Oregon Economic Development Committee met Thursday to discuss that project as well as the status of Oregon’s industrially zoned property and what kind of projects might be in its future. […]

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Western Lucas County growth steady for decades

A housing community the size of Waterside Sylvania needs to be located on the outskirts or builders will run out of space. “This is the very edge of Sylvania Township,” said JP Ankney, co-owner of Gulfstream Development, as he walked along Windward Drive and Montauk Court within the Waterside Sylvania community. “That field over there is […]

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Development at former Woodville Mall site taking shape

Development at former Woodville Mall site taking shape

A once-thriving area of Northwood is destined for a rebirth after several years of stagnation. The city is working with Bowling Green-based Reveille, a planning and economic development agency, to bring a mixed-use development to 120 acres formerly occupied by the Woodville Mall. Plans call for office space, smaller commercial buildings and retail, and housing […]

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The Creamery development in Kalamazoo set be finished January 2021

The Creamery development in Kalamazoo set be finished January 2021

The Kalamazoo Edison neighborhood was getting a new development expected to open at the beginning of 2021. The development is a 60,000 square foot multi-use, mixed income building named the Creamery. The Creamery was expected to have 48 apartments, with 39 of them being held for affordable housing. “The most critical need we have right […]

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