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.
3411 E. Michigan LLC, a subsidiary of the Gillespie Group, constructed a 63,000-square-foot, four-story mixed-use building on the Michigan Avenue corridor.
Spurred by a Michigan Business Tax Brownfield Credit, a once vacant, functionally obsolete three-story building has been redeveloped in Lansing’s REO Town district.
This innovative project redeveloped 310 and 312 North Cedar Sreet in the Stadium District of downtown Lansing effectively activating the outfield of Cooley Law School Stadium as one of the hottest places to live...
Woodward Willis constructed a three-story, 28,000-square-foot building that is a mix of commercial office space on the top two floors and commercial retail space on the first floor.
This property is host to 20 new residential condominium units and has accommodated a completely new site layout with associated parking, river access and streetscaping and more.
The rehabilitation of the 125-year-old building at transformed a vacant, blighted commercial property into a mixed-use, five-story icon in the heart of downtown Bay City.
The project transformed the property into approximately 26,000 square feet of historically rehabilitated space that offers office suites, individual offices, conference rooms, and public restrooms.
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.