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Mercy Health announces probable demolition of former St. Luke’s Hospital

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on June 12, 2024.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. After sitting vacant for over a year, the former St. Luke’s Hospital will likely be demolished, Mercy Health Toledo announced Wednesday. The proposed demolition is expected to include the former cancer center, though the remaining buildings will be […]


Packin’ up: Self-storage spaces grow into new places in Metro Detroit

Posted By: The Detroit News on August 14, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Metro Detroit’s self-storage industry is growing in unorthodox places as people look for places to store their stuff. Once located off the beaten path, these facilities are now more visible in repurposed buildings, as the need for other […]


Low attendance prompting church closures, sale of buildings

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on August 28, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Rob Keleghan of Signature Associates’ Toledo brokerage team is handling the sale and marketing of the properties.   Two former United Methodist church buildings in the greater Toledo area are currently on the market, and a third in […]


New DeltaPlex owner seeks to repurpose venue into industrial warehousing space

Visser Brothers Inc. seeks to repurpose the DeltaPlex Arena & Conference Center into an industrial warehouse site, according to documents filed with the city of Walker. The Grand Rapids-based contractor, doing business as DEG Development Co. LLC, purchased the 6,000-person capacity venue in Walker on Dec. 23 for $5.5 million. The venue has operated for 25 years […]


Mixed-use project will repurpose vacant downtown Muskegon bank building

A historic bank building in downtown Muskegon will be redeveloped into a mixed-use space after being vacant for four years.  Core Development Group plans to repurpose the six-story tower at 221 W. Webster Ave. into offices, commercial space and apartments. “It’s preserving an old building. If it sat here forever, who knows what it would […]


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