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 project by Selden Partners LLC, New Center Council Inc. and AG Selden LLC, redeveloped a .23-acre parcel of property located at 644 Selden Street in Detroit, commonly known as the Casket Company building.
Third & Grand, a mixed-use project, was constructed at Third Avenue and West Grand Boulevard, between the historic Fisher Building and Henry Ford Hospital in the city of Detroit.
The Landmark Port Huron project represents the renovation of the historic Balentine Building in downtown Port Huron. The project transformed the 40,521-square-foot historic building into a mixed-use development.
The project, completed by George F. Eyde Family LLC, is a mixed-use, multi-story development that includes the formerly vacant, 8-story “Oliver Towers” site, located in heart of downtown Lansing just north of the state capitol.
The project included the infill development of an approximately 8.4-acre site within the Brush Park Historic District between John R, Edmund Place, Brush Street, and along both sides of Alfred Street in the city of Detroit.
Harbor Bay Real Estate completed Center City Redevelopment project, running along both Grand River Avenue and Albert Avenue in downtown East Lansing.
Looney Moon LLC completely rehabilitated the historic Darius Moon building at 204 East Grand River Avenue. This building is the last to be renovated on the 200 block in Old Town Lansing.
SkyVue is the $80 million redevelopment of the former Story Dealership on Michigan Avenue into a nine-story, mixed-use project with a parking deck. SkyVue has 341 market-rate residential units, over 4,000 square feet of commercial space, and a multi-level parking deck
Third Coast Development redeveloped this brownfield site to create a new four-story mixed-use building, containing 5,500 square feet of ground floor retail space and 42 micro-apartment units.
Strand Theater Manager LLC redeveloped the functionally obsolete and historic Strand Theatre into a working theater and performing arts center, a restaurant and food service facility, and an educational and community venue.
The Provident Place redevelopment replaced 21,900 square feet of vacant, deteriorating buildings on the 2200 block of Michigan Avenue in Lansing with a 40,000-square-foot, new four-story, mixed-use building.
The 111 West Superior Street project by Gemini Capital Management V LLC supported the transformation of a blighted and functionally obsolete second story of a historic building into four high-quality, market-rate residential units directly on Superior Street, which serves as the front door to downtown Alma.