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Preservation Case Studies
In 2018, Heritage Tower BC LLC revealed plans to rehabilitate a long-vacant, historic 1931 building into an iconic and mixed-use development in downtown Battle Creek. With critical support offered by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and community partners, the development is bringing new residents and commercial business to downtown Battle Creek, while acting as a catalyst for future investment in the area.
This rehabilitation project removed fire- and water-damaged components, preserved and restored the character-defining features of the property and modernized the facility for energy efficiency and resident comfort.
The Cadillac House has been a prominent landmark in the center of Lexington for more than 150 years. The project fully renovated and re-opened the building as the Cadillac House and Tavern.
The project revitalized the Capitol Theatre, located in the heart of downtown Flint, returning it to service as a cultural and entertainment destination.
The $5.3 million Wabash and Main project reconstructed an entire block of historic downtown Milan, representing approximately 25 percent of the downtown area.
Region 5 - Legacy Building, Bay City
"The MEDC and the State Historic Preservation Office are both phenomenal resources ... we're really lucky to have that across the state."