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.
City of Brighton received MEDC Façade Improvement funds to leverage additional private investment and create 10 new jobs at the Yogurtopia building.
The Strongback Four Corners project in downtown Adrian redeveloped three historic buildings into new commercial space and 17 new residential rental units.
This project includes the construction of two new-mixed use (5-story and 3-story) buildings, on 0.75 acres of brownfield property.
The City of Marquette has been awarded $481,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds for the rehabilitation of the vacant, historic Delft Theatre...
This property was a single-story residential structure which had fallen into a state of blight and located in a highly visible intersection within downtown Traverse City.
GTW Depot LLC has rehabilitated a 14,408-square-foot historic depot building in downtown Kalamazoo.
The $28 million project involves the redevelopment of the 10-story former Rowe Hotel (Olds Manor), a 103,000-square-foot building located at the corner of Michigan and Monroe streets.
Cedar Springs Brewing Company LLC, together with 95 North Main LLC, demolished an existing functionally obsolete vacant building, to create a new beer hall and restaurant.
Demolition of the former vacant and dilapidated Mill End structure transformed this vacant land into a new three-story mixed-use building in Bay City.
Wesener LLC has rehabilitated the burned out 18,000-square-foot Wesener Building in downtown Owosso...
Mason’s historic downtown is now home to two completely rehabilitated buildings located at 124 and 140 Ash Street.
A former gasoline station in Ann Arbor, vacant since 1981, was redeveloped using a $117,985 local brownfield TIF.