As the hospitality and entertainment industries struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, two downtown venues have gone up for sale.
Michigan renters are falling behind on payments more so than the rest of the country.
Rockford-based Sable Homes earned brownfield incentives, allowing construction for a new home development in the city of Newaygo.
The Rapid, in partnership with the cities of Grand Rapids, Kentwood and Wyoming, will host a free virtual lecture and Q&A session from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 19 focused on small-scale development strategies for the Division Avenue corridor.
The city of Grand Rapids is entering a partnership with other local entities to remove a critical barrier to future redevelopment of the Market Avenue corridor.
Leestma Management Horizon LLC recently purchased an office property at 5000 Hakes Drive, Norton Shores.
Housing permits for single-family homes in Michigan increased again in September despite the economic downturn, according to the Home Builders Association of Michigan.
A Spanish-inspired restaurant with views of the Grand River will open next week in the recently renovated glass tower at the Amway Grand Plaza, Curio Collection by Hilton.
A pair of industrial sites in West Michigan — including the future Kent County Department of Public Works sustainable business park — have been awarded a total of $150,000 in site readiness grants from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
The Housing Stability Alliance released a plan to address housing insecurity in Kent County.
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority recently received Michigan Strategic Fund approval of a brownfield work plan that will include $228,939 in state tax capture reimbursement for the Leonard Development project.
Joseph A. Magnus & Co. a premium brand of top-shelf, award-winning bourbons and dry gins, announced it is relocating operations from Washington, D.C. to Holland.
Mercantile Bank of Michigan opened its first location outside of Michigan.
A recent graduate of AYA Youth Collective’s housing resource program will get a new home next year, thanks to a collaboration between several community partners.
A nonprofit housing developer last month earned LEED Silver status for a single-family home it built on Grand Rapids’ southeast side.
A woman-owned café opened in Grand Rapids’ Midtown neighborhood.
The husband-and-wife owners of Tamales Mary are opening their second location in Eastown.
A metro Detroit furniture company opened two more West Michigan locations, this time in the Grand Rapids area.
A franchisee of a national coffee and doughnut chain purchased a former Checkers location in Comstock Park and plans to open a location on the site.
Metro Health-University of Michigan Health’s first office exclusively for pediatric care opened Monday in Hudsonville.