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Toledo launches draft of comprehensive land use plan

Posted By: Toledo Blade on May 2, 2024.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Toledo has released a draft of its comprehensive land-use plan for public review. The plan, called Forward Toledo, will inform the development and planning of the city for the next decade and beyond, reflecting the community’s vision for the […]

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$4.7M downtown Perrysburg project will probably displace farmers market in 2025

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on January 25, 2024.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. A $4.7 million downtown beautification project is planned for Perrysburg and will be introduced to the public Wednesday. Business owners and the public are invited to view renderings and ask questions at an open house from 6 to […]

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Ohio awards $2.7M in historic tax credits to three Toledo revitalization projects

Posted By: Toledo Blade on June 29, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. More than $2.7 million in Ohio historic tax credits will help revitalize three buildings in the downtown Toledo area, state officials announced Thursday. The largest local tax credit award, worth $1.35 million, will help rehabilitate the remaining bays and […]

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Toledo delays action to fund proposed shopping plaza renovation project

Posted By: Toledo Blade on July 2, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Toledo postponed acting on a request that would help to fund a $5 million capital improvement project being proposed for the tired and largely vacant Swayne Field Plaza. Toledo City Council was asked to approve a request to underwrite […]

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New restaurants, boutiques part of mixed-use plan for downtown Muskegon bank building

Posted By: mlive on June 24, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. In downtown Muskegon, an old bank building that has sat vacant is being transformed into a mixed-use space that includes a restaurant collective with diverse cuisines and boutique retailers. The plan for the six-floor building, located at 221 W. […]

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Space Constraints

Posted By: DBUSINESS on May 18, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Fifty years ago, downtown Detroit staked its economic revitalization to the Renaissance Center. It was a stretch project if ever there was one — a $357-million Hail Mary that Henry Ford II, then chairman and CEO of Ford Motor Co., […]

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Oakland County to purchase land for downtown Pontiac campus

Posted By: The Detroit News on May 29, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. Oakland County has proposed a downtown redevelopment partnership with the city of Pontiac that would move several county operations and as many as 600 employees from the current Oakland County campus of 45 buildings in northwest Pontiac […]

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Downtown Vistula District continues to revitalize in historic area

Posted By: WTOL11 on May 19, 2023.  For more information, please click here to read the source article. The Vistula Historic District is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Toledo and is known as the gateway to downtown. So, developers are working to revitalize it. Developers have invested millions in new commercial and business spaces to blend the old with […]

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Here’s what to know about seven downtown Toledo redevelopment projects

Posted By: The Toledo Blade on September 7, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   Toledo leaders say they hope redeveloping two of downtown’s largest and oldest buildings, the Spitzer and Nicholas, will spur additional investment in the area. Much of downtown could use such a jolt: Despite the revitalization of the […]

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Investors looking to revitalize Toledo’s oldest neighborhood

Posted By: WTOL11 on July 28, 2022.  For more information, please click here to read the source article.   Signature Associates’ Rob Keleghan is proud to be a part of this amazing project.   A short trip north on Summit Street from downtown will lead right to the historic Vistula neighborhood.  It’s one of the oldest neighborhoods […]

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The Right Place debuts community development division

A West Michigan economic development agency created a new division focused on placemaking and tapped an existing executive to run it. Grand Rapids-based The Right Place said Wednesday, Feb. 23, it established a community development division that will be led by Tim Mroz, senior vice president of community development, a member of the organization’s leadership […]

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New construction coming to Reynolds Road

A new building slated for the Reynolds Road corridor marks another new project in an area previously wrought with blight. The Toledo Police Federal Credit Union will invest $1.25 million for the construction of a new 4,200-square-foot building at 2340 S. Reynolds Road near the intersection of Heatherdowns and Reynolds roads. The site once housed […]

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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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