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Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for September 12, 2022:
PORTAGE — Commercial real estate firm The Hinman Co. has made its second property acquisition in Portage in the past six months.
State economic development officials on Tuesday approved brownfield incentives and performance based loans for three mixed-use apartment projects in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Middleville.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for June 21, 2020.
Contractors are capping off another busy year for developments across West Michigan. From the largest mixed-use project in downtown Grand Rapids history, to new modern buildings in historic areas, these are five notable projects from around the region on the radar for MiBiz this year. Here’s a closer look at them.
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A proposed headquarters project in Cascade Charter Township could become the home for Acrisure LLC, a Caledonia-based insurance brokerage that’s been growing rapidly through an ambitious M&A strategy.
News that The Hinman Co. plans to move forward with its long-planned tower in downtown Grand Rapids — albeit without 29 floors of residential units — indicated to many observers that the bottom has fallen out of the city’s apartment market.
As West Michigan law firms focus on talent recruitment and greater efficiencies, they increasingly are upgrading to modern, first-generation office space.
WYOMING — Advantage Solutions plans to consolidate two Grand Rapids-area offices and move about 450 employees to a vacant retail site along 28th Street SW, multiple sources familiar with the plans confirmed to MiBiz.
A southwest Michigan real estate firm plans to redevelop a key site commercial site along 28th Street SW, according to public documents.
The downtown Muskegon area could soon see its first new market rate apartments in years.
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The proposal to build Grand Rapids’ tallest tower has cleared its last major hurdle.
Plans for 42-story tower stalled until developer provides further design details to Grand Rapids HPC
Board members of the Historic Preservation Commission tonight decided to delay the request of a Portage-based developer seeking to build what would be Grand Rapids’ tallest building.