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Family Church recently purchased the former Huntington Bank headquarters in Holland for $7 million.
An indoor family entertainment company is reinvesting in its former Grand Rapids location.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Although communitywide efforts are working to address issues with housing, demand continues to outpace development in Grand Rapids.
A tribally owned economic development firm will further its investment in Muskegon through a new acquisition.
A Grand Rapids-based moonshine brand soon will occupy the Harmony Hall building following last week’s news of the beer castle’s upcoming closure.
A new hotel in Byron Center will celebrate its grand opening.
Harmony Brewing Company on Wednesday, Sept. 7, said it will close Harmony Hall, 401 Stocking Ave. NW on Grand Rapids’ West Side, after seven years of operation.
A Michigan bank has opened a new full-service branch in Holland.
A new YMCA location is planned for greater Grand Rapids.
A Greek-owned snack food manufacturer will open its first North American operation in greater Grand Rapids.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) According to a new nationwide survey, hybrid work isn’t going away anytime soon — and a local real estate expert said it is here to stay in West Michigan.
Grand Rapids recently ranked among the nation’s friendliest cities for canine companions.
A national pallet supplier headquartered in Grand Rapids recently completed new acquisitions.
A “non la” is a conical leaf hat, an iconic image associated with Vietnam and probably the furthest image that comes to mind when one thinks of an American-style hamburger.
A local nonprofit secured its own physical space for the first time in its 100-plus-year history.
An automotive dealer is expanding to West Michigan through a new acquisition.
A Hudsonville sanitation company is moving to Grand Rapids.
Plans are in the works for a new zipping and soaring experience in Allegan.
A new report on vacancy rates underscores a competitive market for residential rental units in Grand Rapids.
A reimagined community development along the lakeshore is set to begin construction this week.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Despite continued uncertainty in a turbulent market, the state of commercial real estate in West Michigan still shows some flexibility.
A Grand Rapids-based automotive group opened a new dealership to replace a former location.
A new list highlighted Grand Rapids as a place to be for homes with the best views.
A 408-unit apartment community is being developed in Grandville.