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Old Posted Sep 14, 2013, 12:10 PM
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Michigan Tri-Cities / Great Lakes Bay Region development

It seems that Bay City,MI is experiencing a real renaissance in its downtown developments. Here are just a couple of examples

Mill End Lofts -24 Units

http://www.mlive.com/business/mid-mi...ts_projec.html


LaPorte Building Condos/Knepp Building Apartments
Developer Tom Laporte is developing three 1,300 square-foot, two bedroom, two bathroom condos to the third floor of the LaPorte Building at Fifth and Washington. LaPorte said if he can secure a government loan to the tune of $4 million, he will renovate the adjacent Knepp Building on Washington Avenue, creating 21 apartment units on three floors. The one and two-bedroom apartments will rent for about $1,500 per month.
http://www.mlive.com/business/mid-mi...ty_living.html

Uptown at Rivers' Edge
This 43-acre redevelopment of an old industrial site on the Bay City waterfront is currently underway. The first phase will cost $50 million and consist of the following:
Dow Corning is currently constructing a 100,000 sq foot building which will open in 2014. When completed an estimated 400-500 people, mainly administrative positions, will work there. Chemical Bank is constructing a 15,000 sq foot building and McLaren Bay Region Health is planning a 10 acre site in the development.
http://www.uptownbaycity.com
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