Community Development Project Profiles
See how the MEDC and communities have come together to increase private investment, create jobs and make lasting impacts in neighborhoods across the state through these project profiles.
The Stonehouse Village VI project constructed a new five-story, mixed-use building on a brownfield site in downtown East Lansing.
618 South Main LLC was awarded a $3 million Community Revitalization Program performance-based loan to redevelop a contaminated property into a six-story residential building located in Ann Arbor.
This project restored exterior elements for two signature buildings at the main four corners of downtown Howell.
This two-acre parcel was a former brownﬁeld site with contamination and ﬂood plain issues and functionally obsolete industrial buildings.
This project rehabilitated the historic Mack Building located in the heart of downtown Chelsea.
This project included the redevelopment of approximately 2.8 acres of property in the Belknap neighborhood of Grand Rapids.
City of Evart completed two placemaking projects that encourage families to spend time in Evart and add tourism appeal.
The Main Street Uptown Development LLC team redeveloped a former brownfield site into a three-story mixed-use building in downtown Bay City.
This high-priority, infill development is located on the western end of downtown Holland’s principal shopping district.
This City of Greenville project spanned façade improvements to five buildings in the downtown.
Thanks in part to a nearly $500,000 Community Development Block Grant from the Michigan Strategic Fund, the restoration of five historic buildings along Sault Ste. Marie’s Ashmun Street.
The Capital City Market project consisted of demolishing existing structures and removing brownfield conditions in downtown Lansing and constructing a four-story, mixed-use building.