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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.
This project redeveloped 123 and 127 East Main Street, two vacant, historic buildings located in the heart of Niles’ downtown Main Street district.
This brownfield project redeveloped approximately four acres of property located along the 400 blocks of Benson Avenue NE and Grand Avenue, north of the redeveloping Michigan Corridor in Grand Rapids.
The project converted a blighted two-story structure into four commercial spaces on the main level and seven loft apartments on the second floor.
Peregrine PNC LLC redeveloped the vacant, former PNC Bank building into a vibrant, mixed-use development, adding both commercial and residential space to the heart of downtown Kalamazoo.
This project included the transformation of a former surface parking lot into a new, 12-story mixed-use and mixed-income project in the center of downtown Grand Rapids.
This project included the rehabilitation of an existing three-story functionally obsolete manufacturing building and the construction of a new three-story building on the adjacent site to the west.
This project involved the acquisition and rehabilitation of three vacant, historic properties located in the heart of downtown Three Rivers.
This project redeveloped a former steel fabrication plant and foundry into a vibrant, mixed-use development in the River’s Edge district in downtown Kalamazoo.
The $5.3 million Wabash and Main project reconstructed an entire block of historic downtown Milan, representing approximately 25 percent of the downtown area.
This project redeveloped the J.H. Cronin building, a circa 1870 historic structure, located in the heart of downtown Marshall.
The Horizon Building project includes the construction of a new three-story, mixed-use building on a formerly contaminated site.
This project redeveloped a vacant, three-story, historic paper manufacturing building into office space for community health service providers.