Rende Progress Capital recently made a loan to the startup coffee business Last Mile Café.
A liquidation furniture boutique recently opened in Grand Rapids.
Four Vietnamese partners will open a full-service restaurant in downtown Grand Rapids this spring.
A popular Grand Rapids eatery will reopen next week just under two years after closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new Mediterranean restaurant soon will open inside Spectrum Health’s downtown Grand Rapids hospital.
A thrift store and artisan market opened on Division Avenue to raise funding and serve and employ individuals experiencing homelessness.
A boutique featuring “globally inspired, locally discovered” eclectic merchandise opened in downtown Grand Rapids.
Two Michigan cannabis companies are partnering with a school to create a social equity scholarship program for 20-plus adults in the cannabis industry.
SpartanNash plans to grow its distribution footprint through a longstanding partnership with a California food distributor.
SpartanNash is offering free grocery delivery for online orders of $35 or more throughout the month of February.
A local comic book store will host a combined celebration commemorating its sixth anniversary and its 2021 expansion.
SpartanNash is distributing free N95 masks at its grocery stores.
A downtown restaurant extended its hours after hiring former employees of The B.O.B. when it recently closed.
Following the acquisition of Muskegon Country Club last year, RedWater Restaurant Group will host a grand opening this spring for the property’s new restaurant concept called Lake Bluff Grille.
A Holland man will open a restaurant that fulfills a longtime dream he shared with his late father.
A longtime beachside restaurant is undergoing renovations and will reopen this spring as a taco and Mexican street food joint.
Two new retail stores and a new restaurant are setting up shop in the center of Grand Rapids’ Hotel District.
New York-style bagels have arrived in downtown Grand Rapids.
A casual restaurant and bar that serves “coastal sea and land fare” is settling into downtown Grand Rapids after a long road to opening.
A Byron Center-based grocery retailer selected its new senior vice president and chief merchandising officer.