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.
Vacant since 2003, Hallmark Ventures LLC demolished an obsolete fitness center and constructed a new mixed-use Hampton Inn on Michigan Avenue in the city of Dearborn.
M1 Concourse LLC has redeveloped the vacant GM Pontiac validation center in downtown Pontiac into the largest car condominium in the world.
207 East Baltimore LLC was awarded a $225,000 performance-based grant to convert a vacant warehouse building into a residential live/work building with 12 loft-style units in Detroit.
Gemini Capital Management LLC transformed the functionally obsolete second floor of the 210 East Superior Street building into market-rate residential apartments.
The focus for the rehabilitation project was the sixth and seventh floors which were deemed functionally obsolete and created 20 new market-rate apartments.
This project involved the demolition of a former strip-mall and was transformed to include six new buildings, including retail, office and residential space.
This project includes the redevelopment of approximately 3.3 acres on the west side of Grand Rapids by demolishing six existing buildings to construct three new buildings.
The eight-story building was converted into 42 market-rate residential units and 5,000 square feet space for a future first floor commercial tenant.
The Midtown Lofts project transformed the property from a functionally obsolete building into a mixed-use historic development.
The completed project, now known as Orleans Landing, consists of 20 new buildings with retail/commercial space and 278 units of multi-family housing.
A brownfield tax credit valued at $1.48 million and state and local tax capture was awarded to support the redevelopment of the historic Forest Arms apartment building.
The Park Place Hotel is recognized locally as a historic resource, a high profile property and one of which was looking to better cater to the growing market of hospitality.