Office guide highlights costs, benefits of remote work models

As the COVID-19 vaccine sees further widespread adoption, companies are actively rolling out return-to-office plans.

Advisers see bright future for West Michigan real estate

Coming into the post-pandemic era, West Michigan remains vibrant and growing, according to the latest market reports from Bradley Company.

ICCF, BDR Custom Homes break ground on affordable home in Baxter neighborhood

Inner City Christian Federation and BDR Custom Homes broke ground on new affordable home construction Thursday.

Ophthalmology practice doubles Kalamazoo location

Vitreo-Retinal Associates is expanding its West Michigan location in Kalamazoo.

Consumers Credit Union breaks ground on Muskegon location

A Kalamazoo-based credit union is adding another location on the lakeshore.

Mission Design & Automation wraps $5M expansion

Mission Design & Automation is opening a new 50,000-square-foot facility next month and plans to add at least 109 high-tech jobs.

Autocam Medical building new $60M headquarters in Kentwood

A global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices is investing $60 million through 2024 to build a new global headquarters and manufacturing facility in Kentwood.

Byron Center breaks ground on 5/6 school

School board members, administrators, students and project partners of Byron Center Public Schools recently broke ground on the new Nickels Intermediate Building.

Tech firm puts remote workers on better networks

As COVID-19-related shutdowns force businesses to pivot toward remote work, the kind of network they are running on becomes a critical — but often overlooked — component of the switch.

Inside Track: Colvin won’t back down from a challenge

If someone gave George Colvin a simple straightforward project, he would get bored very quickly. Now a senior project superintendent for Rockford Construction, Colvin worked his way up in the company for nearly two decades by never backing down from a challenge.

Solar company opens first showroom in Michigan

While The Green Panel has been engineering, furnishing and installing renewable energy systems for commercial and residential customers since 2007, the Brighton-based company only recently opened Michigan’s first solar showroom in Byron Center.

Holland Hospital offers pulmonary, sleep medicine practice

Holland Hospital announced its new specialty care practice and pulmonary and sleep medicine specialist Dr. Dale Coller, DO.

Lachman Stuart opens second location in downtown Grand Rapids

After launching her real estate law and litigation firm in May 2020, real estate litigator and managing member Sara Lachman is set to open Lachman Stuart PLC at Waters Center, 161 Ottawa Ave. NW in downtown Grand Rapids, this month.

$50K crowdfunding goal set for Holland’s Window on the Waterfront Park

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is aiming to help downtown Holland raise $50,000 for the Window on the Waterfront Nature Play Park project through a crowdfunding campaign.

Wheeler Development Group cuts ribbon on Spring Lake townhomes

Wheeler Development Group joined Orion Construction and Spring Lake officials in celebrating a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Spring Lake for Preserve Townhomes earlier this week.

Long Road Distillers announces Cadillac location

Grand Rapids-based Long Road Distillers announced it will be opening a new off-premises tasting room in downtown Cadillac.

North Kent Connect completes $3.3M expansion

A northern Kent County nonprofit completed a 12,000-square-foot expansion to better serve its clients and is inviting the public to an open house to tour the facilities.

City of Douglas sets $25K crowdfunding goal for park project

The city of Douglas launched a Patronicity crowdfunding campaign to raise $25,000 to renovate a pair of city parks.

Hudsonville Public Schools breaks ground on new school

Hudsonville Public Schools, the largest school district in Ottawa County, is constructing a new school building.

Developers eye U.S. 131 commerce center

A group of property owners in Hopkins Township are attempting to have approximately 500 acres of land along U.S. 131 annexed to the city of Wayland to allow development for a new West Michigan Commerce Center.