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A Jersey Mike’s Subs location opened in Fruitport on Wednesday.
Gun Lake Tribe and Gun Lake Casino revealed its $300 million expansion project plan to turn the casino’s property into a hotel resort.
Housing Michigan, a coalition of over 20 statewide organizations and dozens of other regional groups, including the Home Builders Association of Michigan, Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Municipal League, Housing Next and many others, unveiled its legislative agenda last week in Lansing.
The Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area made a program-related investment in Jubilee Ministries to strengthen the area’s affordable housing options.
A Chinese and hibachi restaurant opened in the restaurant side of the former Kingfisher Restaurant & Deli.
While workers in the Grand Rapids-Wyoming metro area have seen their wages grow by 5.2% over the past six years, the area’s average sale price for a single-family home has increased 64.5% during the same period.
The Grand Rapids City Commission advanced its work to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in housing in Grand Rapids and increase housing supply, as it discussed next steps in the formation of the Grand Rapids Housing Fund.
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority launched an online tool to help streamline the application process for renters and landlords seeking COVID Emergency Rental Assistance.
New York-based Square Roots, an urban indoor farming company, opened a two-story indoor farm located at Gordon Food Service headquarters in Wyoming.
Perrigo broke ground on its new North American headquarters in downtown Grand Rapids on Wednesday.
Grand River Bank recently opened a full-service branch in Grand Rapids Township.
The buildout of Warner Norcross + Judd LLP’s new Detroit office is complete.
New York-based Time Equities Inc. (TEI) announced the acquisition of the Brix at Midtown, a 250,524-square-foot multifamily property in Grand Rapids for $68.25 million.
Grand Valley State University will be offering four new housing options called Grand Rapids Living-Learning Communities to some first-year and transfer students this fall.
Hope Network announced it is adding a medical detox program to the range of services offered by its center for recovery.
Superior Fence & Rail welcomed Phillip Haan and Kyle Brinks as the owners of its first Midwest franchise.
Grand Rapids has no shortage of beer for enthusiasts, but for those with a gluten allergy, it can feel like wandering through a desert with nothing to drink.
First Companies announced its property management division added nine buildings to the portfolio it manages after finalizing agreements with four local ownership groups in the industrial/manufacturing segment.
The owner of a funeral home business in Kentwood acquired three B.C. Pizza restaurant locations in West Michigan.
Pfizer broke ground Wednesday on its $465 million pharmaceutical production facility at its campus in Portage.
A local bank opened a new operations center in Cascade Township.
A trio of West Michigan projects recently received community development funding from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians is one step closer to building a casino in Muskegon County.