After sitting idle for more than three decades, the Pere Marquette R.R. Depot became the bustling center of activity that it was over a century ago. The restoration project of this registered National Historical Place was made possible through a cooperative effort of the Great Lakes Foundation and the city of Bay City. Now completed, […]
Construction and development of a 5-story, mixed use building consisting of 68 residential units, parking and approximately 12,000 SF of ground floor commercial and retail space. The project will support inclusive growth in Detroit’s historic cultural district with apartments being marketed to artists, teachers, and professionals, attached to the surrounding cultural district and medical campuses […]
This project is for a mixed-use building featuring an indoor farmer’s market, mixed-income housing, and retail spaces targeted to independent local businesses. There will be a total of 36 rental units, with 13 desingated “affordable”.
This project was for a real estate loan for the grocery store. Kroger is a major community employer and is the largest super market in the United States. Finances a135,200-square-foot, state-of-the-art online grocery fulfillment center that will be one of the first U.S. facilities devoted to direct-to-consumer grocery delivery, serving as Kroger’s hub for online […]
NMTC financing supported equipment upgrades for a recycled paper manufacturer and paper mill. The new financing supported the ongoing development and improvement of the Manistique-based paper company’s operations. The refinancing consisted of two components: an allocation of Federal New Markets Tax Credits from Michigan Community Capital, which provides favorable terms for businesses investing in defined […]
The development plans call for the rehabilitation of an existing two-story building that currently houses the Allen Neighborhood Center into a three-story mixed-use development in the City of Lansing. When completed, the Allen Place Project includes 21 affordable rental housing units, a health clinic, a food co-op specializing in locally grown/raised food products, an accelerator […]
Already Oceana County’s largest employer, Peterson Farms is beginning an expansion project that requires a multi-year capital investment of $22 million but is expected to yield an additional 50-70 new jobs for the rural community. The project is also being supported by $3 million in net proceeds from Federal New Market Tax Credits from Michigan […]
The $7.8MM project in Grand Rapids included replacing low density, functionally obsolete and vacant single-family homes with a medium density, mixed-use, multi-family apartment building consisting of 44 residential units. One hundred percent of the residential units are being leased on a rent-capped basis.
Health care facility containing both office and health treatment space.
Mixed-use including housing and commercial for GVSU Seidman College of Business.
Five-story building rises from ashes of former Grand Rapids bicycle factory: The building includes a few tributes to the old building, a vacant former bicycle factory which burned to the ground in 2007. The development represents the beginning of further investments along Front Avenue that creates a highly walkable urban area along the western bank […]
Construction and rehab of office and retail space into an innovative space designed to foster collaboration, inspiration, and results.
The 920 Cherry Street project was a part of a comprehensive redevelopment of a three-acre site located at the intersection of Cherry Street, SE and Cherry Drive SE in the City of Grand Rapids. The redevelopment plan consisted of the development and construction of 37 for sale housing units, 5,000 square feet of commercial space […]