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Demolition of Northville Downs begins, state awards $1M grant to remove contaminated soil

Posted By: The Detroit News on May 24, 2024.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Demolition of the Northville Downs, which hosted its last harness horse race in February, has begun and is expected to last until July, according to real estate developer Hunter Pasteur. The now-defunct Downs, Michigan’s last harness horse racing track, […]

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‘Stunning turnaround.’ Here’s where Muskegon’s economy is forecasted to grow

Posted By: mlive on January 27, 2024.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Muskegon turned the corner economically and is now headed in the right direction to avoid a potential national recession, according to the economic forecast presented to 400 stakeholders on Friday, Jan. 26. The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce hosted Paul […]

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New Mixed-use Apartment Building Coming to Midtown Detroit

Posted By: DBUSINESS on October 24, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. A new mixed-use apartment building will break ground shortly at Second Avenue and Brainard Street in Midtown Detroit that will offer 57 apartments and 3,500 square feet of commercial space. The total cost of the project was not disclosed. Built […]

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Apartment developers push ahead despite high interest rates, costs in Metro Detroit

Posted By: The Detroit News on October 10, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   As housing costs and demand continue to rise, developers are undertaking apartment projects in Metro Detroit, even in the face of high interest rates and growing construction costs. Among them are Marquette Companies, which recently renovated and […]

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Local developer plans to buy Muskegon Lake paper mill site for ‘transformational’ housing

Posted By: mlive on September 21, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. A prominent local developer has plans to purchase and redevelop the sprawling Windward Pointe former paper mill site on Muskegon Lake. Jon Rooks entered a purchase agreement in July for the 122-acre “Windward Pointe” site on Lakeshore Drive that once […]

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Large housing, retail project would transform aging, industrial stretch of Grand Rapids

Posted By: mlive on April 11, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Several dilapidated, largely vacant warehouses along the 600 block of Godfrey Avenue SW would be transformed into a 475-unit housing development with office, retail and event space, and a food hall under a proposal from three metro Detroit developers. The […]

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EGLE awards $5.8 million to clean up four Detroit sites for redevelopment

Posted By: The Detroit News on January 5, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Four contaminated properties in Detroit, including the former American Motors Corp. headquarters site, will receive financial help for cleanup after the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy approved $5.8 million in brownfield grants, loans and tax […]

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Retail, apartments in plan for revival of Burt’s Theatre site

Posted By: Toledo Blade on December 28, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Burt’s Theatre, better known by its most recent incarnation as Caesar’s Showbar, has been awarded a $908,360 state tax credit toward its renovation into retail and housing space, the Ohio governor’s office announced. The $8.3 million renovation of the […]

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Lakeside Mall redevelopment gets thumbs-up from Sterling Heights council

Posted By: The Detroit News on November 1, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   Plans to redevelop the struggling Lakeside Mall into a mixed-use development moved forward Tuesday night when Sterling Heights City Council approved an agreement with the shopping center’s owner. The council approved, by a 5-2 vote, a memorandum […]

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Ford sells Dearborn office building to developer eyeing mixed-use plans

Posted By: The Detroit News on November 4, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   Ford Motor Co. this week sold its Regent Court office building in Dearborn to a local real-estate developer who is planning a mixed-use redevelopment of the property. Mike Shehadi, CEO of Farmington Hills-based pharmacy company PharmaScript, confirmed […]

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GR nonprofits to redevelop former industrial site with housing, offices, ‘tiny home’ community

Posted By: MiBiz on August 31, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   A pair of Grand Rapids nonprofits plan to redevelop a vacant furniture manufacturing building on the city’s south side into housing and office space and also construct an onsite tiny home community. Mel Trotter Ministries and Next Step of West Michigan — […]

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East Toledo’s Masonic Temple, vacant for decades, will soon be senior apartments

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on July 2, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. It’s the second big project by ARK, which also turned the old Wonder Bread bakery into housing East Toledo’s former Masonic Temple has sat vacant for at least two decades, a fact that would be easy to guess […]

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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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