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City Commissioners have approved the proposed $29 million in brownfield redevelopment incentives for Studio Park - the planned mixed-use movie-theater / high-rise development next to Van Andel. Sounds like things might start moving a bit more quickly now:

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Studio Park movie complex financing gets final nod from city commission
Amy Biolchini | MLive
January 31, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The final vote is in the books from the Grand Rapids city commission approving a $29 million brownfield reimbursement agreement for a $110 million movie theater and high rise development downtown. The commission unanimously approved the reimbursement agreement at its Tuesday, Jan. 30, meeting. Jackson Entertainment LLC plans to start work on the development this year on two former city parking lots behind Van Andel Arena. The developer is expected to close on the property Wednesday, Jan. 31.

The first phase includes a nine-screen Studio C! movie theater, about 100 residential units, 32,500 square feet of retail space, a 140-room hotel, 30,000 square feet of office space, a parking garage and a public piazza. The second phase includes a $30 million tower...Kara Wood, the city's economic development director, clarified: "This is the single largest public-private partnership that we've ever worked on."...

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A new veterans home is coming to Grand Rapids (pending final approval by the city commission). By the renderings alone, it looks like a thoughtful design. Four separate 'neighborhoods' will connect to a central community center that has an almost Usonian vibe to it:

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New $49M Grand Rapids veterans home will house 128 residents
Amy Biolchini | MLive
January 30, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A heavily wooded corner at Monroe Avenue and Three Mile Road will soon be a construction site for the new $49 million Grand Rapids Home for Veterans. About 15 acres of the property -- owned by the veterans home for decades -- will be used to build a barrier-free campus that will house 128 residents.

The Grand Rapids Planning Commission gave its approval to the project Thursday, Jan. 25. The project will be before the full city commission at its Feb. 6 meeting for a final vote. The property was re-zoned by the planning commission to allow the project to move forward, changing it from Modern Era Neighborhood-Low Density Residential to Special District-Planned Redevelopment District...












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Business US-131 between Cherry and Oakes Streets closed today in anticipation of the Studio Park project. There will be seven distinct phases of road work that will coincide with construction, as detailed in this article. Also, the land transaction for the roadway and the two parcels that will make up this development wraps up today, just one day after the final approval from the city commision:

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Downtown moves forward with Studio Park project
Justin Dawes | GRBJ
February 01, 2018

The land transaction for a major downtown development project is expected to be completed today. The City of Grand Rapids said today the Downtown Development Authority, or DDA, should finish the land transaction for the Studio Park project downtown, signaling the start of construction and changes to surrounding streets.

Jackson Entertainment is purchasing from the DDA two city parking lots — Area 4 and Area 5 — for $6,876,606 and the northbound and southbound U.S. 131 “business routes” between Cherry and Oakes streets, just south of Van Andel Arena...
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So we've seen renderings for the theatre and hotel components of the large Studio Park development. Now more details have been unveiled for a seven story, 90,000 SF office tower component, which is being proposed by Franklin Partners LLC for the site. It sounds like the rents will be quite pricey for the area. At about $25 / SF, and with the developer seeking 30,000 SF commitments (i.e. 3 floors) from potential tenants, that's $750K for rent in downtown GR. This tower will go across from the recently-completed Arena Place development, and just south of Oakes St., across from the current parking lot. Chicago-based Wright Heerema is the Architect.

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Franklin Partners unveils plans for proposed GR office tower
Nick Manes | MIBiz
February 04, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS –– When developer Franklin Partners LLC brings its proposed seven-story downtown office tower to market in the coming years, it will offer tenants Class A office space that’s currently in short supply across the city. But interested users will need to get out their wallets if they want to occupy the high-amenity project, which will include ground-floor commercial space, a gym and a rooftop patio, according to plans released publicly for the first time and shared with MiBiz...

...The proposed seven-story, 90,000-square-foot glass and steel building will be located at the corner of Ottawa Avenue and Oakes Street SW as part of the mixed-use Studio Park development planned by Jackson Entertainment LLC. MiBiz broke news of the Grand Rapids and Oak Brook, Ill.-based real estate developer’s involvement in the project last April, but executives have been mum about the plans since then....


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This article takes a look at apartment demand in GR. In short, occupancy % has dropped off slightly, but it's due to increased supply, not reduced demand. High demand for rentals will likely continue through 2018, and plenty of units are still in the pileline. The demand is high across all ranges, from affordable to mid-rate to market rate / high-end. The article also has a construction progress photo of Third Coast Development's Diamond Place, which has a mix of affordable and mid-income units:

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Location factor: Strong apartment demand persists in GR, with thousands of units on the way
Nick Manes | MIBiz
January 21, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS — Demand remains strong for urban apartments, although occupancy rates for the burgeoning market have begun to slip as new units come online. That’s according to data presented last week at a commercial real estate forecast from the Grand Rapids office of Colliers International Inc., a commercial brokerage firm...

...As of the close of 2017, 1,025 new housing units were under construction around Grand Rapids, according to Colliers. Additionally, the firm was tracking 776 “prospective” units –– units that have been discussed but for which there have been no documents or filings –– and another 642 planned units for which documents have been filed with municipalities...


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The city wants to begin construction on the infrastructure to support its second, planned BRT route, from GVSU to the Medical Mile. Work on the proposed 13 mile route, referred to as the Laker Line, is being held up at the Federal level. The city has been waiting for a $56.4 million grant that was approved under the Obama Administration. They have tried contacting the current director of the FTA and received no response. The Rapid's first BRT route, the Silver Line, opened in 2013.
Just one month later, news now that the Federal Transit Administration just approved the almost $57 million grant to help fund the Laker Line. MDOT has also pledged $14 million, so $70+ million is now secured for GR's second BRT route. Construction for the required infrastructure should start this spring and conclude in 2020.

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Feds approve $57 million for new Grand Rapids bus line
Bryce Huffman | Michigan Radio
February 09, 2018

Grand Rapids can go forward with a $70 million transit project -- now that federal funding for it has been approved. The city can begin work on a new, rapid bus line connecting Grand Valley State University's Allendale campus to downtown...
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MLive is reporting plans for a new hotel to grace the west bank of the Grand River, near Sixth Street Bridge. A 5 story, 110-room Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn. The same company is also building a Tru by Hilton and a Home2 Suites on 28th St SE. Not the most compelling design ever for the riverfront. But not a blank box either -

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Another riverfront hotel coming to downtown Grand Rapids
Jim Harger | MLive
February 12, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A Southeast Michigan hotel developer is planning to break ground on a new 110-room hotel on the west bank of the Grand River north of the Sixth Street Bridge. The five-story Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn will be built at 942 Front Avenue NW, next to a 68-unit apartment complex under construction by the Woda Group, an Ohio-based developer of affordable housing projects...




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There could be a new, 5-story, affordable housing apartment development coming to S Division. The project is in early planning stages nd will be geared towards senior living - that kind of infill would be transformative for this empty block:

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104-unit senior living development eyed for Tapestry Square
Jim Harger | MLive
February 16, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The Inner City Christian Federation (ICCF) is hoping to add a 104-unit senior living project to its Tapestry Square development south of downtown. Sixty percent of the 5-story building would be set aside for affordable apartments while 40 percent would be set aside for market rate apartments, according to ICCF Vice President Ryan Schmidt, who presented the plans to the Downtown Development Authority on Wednesday, Feb. 14. The project will include 94 one-bedroom apartments and 10 two-bedroom apartments, said Schmidt. The ground floor would be set aside for a restaurant and other retail uses...
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I was just looking back on the photo update on the previous page a lot of good projects completed, underway and in the planning phase.

It's fun to watch GR mature into a proper big city so to speak, its CSA has a population according to the 2016 estimate is at 1,443,508 with a 4.66% increase over 2010 if the numbers prove true Metro GR is bigger than Metro Memphis now on its way to pass Hartford and isn't far behind New Orleans.

For a variety of reasons downtown GR has always seemed small compared to other regional cities with a similar population like Dayton, not to mention metro areas with a similar population. However since the medical hill development last decade downtown has really been on a roll with things only seeming to pick up steam, i'll definitely continue to enjoy following the progress Grand Rapids is making.

The area really has a chance to capitalize on its strong economy and its proximity to Lake Michigan. That stretch of coast has some of the states premier beach towns like Saugatuck which was named by USA Today as America's best small coastal town in 2015 or the ever popular Grand Haven. Which like many other cities & towns in the region is frequented by throngs of beach-goers from Chicago, Detroit & Canada during the summer months.
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^ Indeed. The whole area is booming - most of those coastal towns are experiencing their own mini-booms too. GR feels much bigger on ground level, when walking, than it looks from above. I've never been to Dayton for comparison, but GR's CSA has about 350K more people. As the downtown core continues to fill in and development spreads north, south, and west across the river, it will continue to feel bigger in the coming years.
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More details on the Studio Park mixed-use development. Most significantly, the number of residential units will increase (from 98 to 106), Class A office space has gone up a bit, and the amount of retail space has been reduced, from 32,000 SF to 18,000 SF. Parking capacity will also increase from the original plan of 750 - 900 up to 946 spaces. Deep soil tests and R.O.W. work will commence in the next few weeks, with an official groundbreaking in April or May -

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Downtown mixed-use development set for April or May groundbreaking; alterations made to original plan.
Ehren Wyner | GRBJ
February 23, 2018

The ambitious Studio Park development is on track to begin construction, following the recent sale of the two lots on which it will be built. The current plan features some changes, notably an increase in the number of residential units in phase one and an increase in the square footage of Class A office space the project hopes to bring to market...
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Mentioned on here in September (back in Post #250), the $40 million Plaza Roosevelt development has received city approval, and is slated to begin construction this fall. There are lots of parties involved in this effort - Habitat for Humanity of Kent County, Ferris State University, Dwelling Place, Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities, Grand Rapids Public Schools, Hispanic Center of West Michigan, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Clinica Santa Maria, the Roosevelt Park Neighborhood Association, and more. Elements involved will include:
  • 45 affordable rental units and 19 single-family homes (led by Habitat)
  • A new 80,000 SF public high school for 500 students
  • 2 mixed-use, 3-story buildings
  • A 5,000 SF clinic expansion
  • Possible expansion of the Cook Arts Center
  • Centrally-located neighborhood plaza
  • New bus shelters and site furnishings
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Plaza Roosevelt development to include housing, rental units and new GRPS high school.
Ehren Wynder | GRBJ
February 23, 2018

After gaining the necessary approval, the $40-million Plaza Roosevelt development is set to begin construction in the fall. The plan for the Roosevelt Park neighborhood, in southwest Grand Rapids, is the result of a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Kent County and various other organizations in the area. The project began in 2013 when Habitat acquired 5.5 acres of land along Grandville Avenue between Graham and Franklin streets...
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As West Michigan's economy continues to thrive and grow, Gerald R. Ford International is setting record numbers for passengers and cargo. 2017 marked the fifth year in a row for record-breaking passenger rides. Many terminal / passenger experience improvements have recently been implemented as part of GFIA's master plan. Now the focus is shifting towards encouraging outside development of several large parcels on the airport grounds -

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Airport plans provide economic ‘domino’ effect
Carole Valade | GRBJ
February 23, 2018

The Business Journal is reporting in greater depth on a new master plan and commercial development opportunities at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Taken all together, it is likely the largest economic stimulus project in West Michigan history, rivaling the famed developments brought by Grand Action to downtown Grand Rapids. And like any Grand Action plan, the full magnitude of the project will reveal itself over a 20-year span...

...The master plan...makes the 800 acres available for lease for non-aeronautical commercial development on surrounding airport property...Some of those properties are “shovel-ready,” including one 109-acre parcel with utilities, roads, light poles and fire hydrants already in place. Other site sizes are 200 acres, 116 acres and some as small as five acres...
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A large expansion is coming to a local robotics automation assembly manufacturer -

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Axis Company's $4M expansion will create 50 high-tech jobs
Shandra Martinzez | MLive
January 26, 2017, Updated January 27

GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Axis Company is spending $4 million to expand its capabilities to design, program and build robotic automation and assembly equipment. The Grand Rapids manufacturer, at 2680 Elmridge Drive NW, will use most of that investment to add a second facility to keep up with demand for its robotic machinery. The firm expects to hire 50 new workers over the next three years for high-tech and skilled positions...
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In addition to working out leases for 800-plus acres of airport-owned land, two other top priorities at Gerald Ford include constructing a new flight control tower (in one of three possible new locations) and building a federal inspection station so that customs and border protection can operate in the airport, thus opening it up to the real possibility of accepting international commercial flights. In Michigan, only Detroit and Lansing currently have this privilege. The air traffic control tower is old and its positioning / height is prohibitive to the airport's plans for (a) adding a roof to the top level of its existing parking deck, (b) constructing a new parking deck, and (c) constructing a new north runway. So that has to happen first, but it will likely be 3-5 years out still. This article summarizes the key goals / next steps in the airport's 20-yr master plan. -

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Gerald R. Ford International Airport plans for next 20 years
Justin Dawes
February 23, 2018

The 20-year master plan for the Gerald R. Ford International Airport is nearly complete. The plan outlines how to accommodate future growth of the airport, focusing on airfield and terminal needs. To accommodate future growth, there are two top challenges that need to be addressed, said James Gill, the airport’s president and CEO...
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I missed this one from earlier in the month. Grand Valley State University is moving forward with plans for two new parking decks in the Medical mile area. The larger of the two is a planned 6 levels with 1,220 spaces. It will be constructed in partnership with Spectrum Health next to the University's Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences (and their new, planned building at 333 Michigan St NE). The second will be much smaller, 66 spaces underneath the future building at 333 Michigan. At 420,000 SF, the bigger of the two looks like it will make for a nice advertising opportunity for GVSU and Spectrum along 196 -

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Medical Mile partners approve plans for massive parking ramp
Jim Harger | MLive
February 02, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Grand Valley State University's board approved two parking structures along the Medical Mile on Friday, Feb. 2. The largest garage, a six-level deck with 1,220 spaces, will be built in partnership with Spectrum Health, the giant health services provider that operates several hospitals and clinics along the so-called "Medical Mile" on Michigan Street NE. The ramp will be built east of Lafayette Avenue along a strip of land located south of Int. 196 and next to GVSU's Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences and a $70 million health education building that will be built at 333 Michigan Street NE...








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The City of Grand Rapids is hitting the 'time out' button on its plans for a new 400-room, 24-story hotel proposed for the DeVos Place convention center (it was first mentioned on here back in Post #218 by animatedmartian). The City has hired a consultant to reevaluate the market demand for the proposed hotel, which was originally intended to help fill a gap in the local hotel market. A study in 2016 determined that the area could benefit a new hotel with up to 400 rooms, but now there is much more competition, with about 800 new hotel rooms expected to online downtown soon.

My own guess is that the conclusion of the study will be it is no longer feasible at this time, at least not at the scale originally proposed -

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Study will gauge demand for more downtown Grand Rapids convention hotels
Jim Harger | MLive
March 02, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The Grand Rapids Kent County Convention and Arena Authority (CAA) is hiring a Chicago hotel consultant to determine if there's a need for a 400-plus room convention hotel at the DeVos Place Convention Center. The study also will look at the possibility and impact of building a separate hotel in a parking lot behind the Van Andel Arena. In both cases, the hotels would be placed on publicly owned property in competition with privately owned hotels in the downtown area...
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Here are two articles which describe potential developments oriented towards improving access to the Grand River, which is a largely underutilized recreational and economical asset in the city currently -

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Construction could start on Grand River restoration next year
Nick Manes | MiBiz
March 4, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS –– The Grand River helped to make Grand Rapids “Furniture City” more than a century ago, and now many believe that Michigan’s longest river will soon revert from a largely passive asset back to an active one. It’s been nearly a decade since Grand Rapids Whitewater founders Chris Mueller and Chip Richards began floating their idea to restore the rapids to the river. Now the organization’s recently hired top executive –– a veteran of river restoration and economic development efforts around the country –– believes construction is just about one year away...
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Potential development of a riverfront park clears another hurdle
James Gemmel | Fox 17 News
March 8, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Kent County Board of Commissioners has approved the sale of some downtown properties as part of a proposal to develop a downtown, riverfront park. The Grand Rapids Planning Commission will take up the matter next week. The county Board of Commissioners voted Thursday to sell four properties on Monroe Avenue NW – just north of I-196 – and to purchase a property on Ottawa Avenue NW, according to a county news release. It says the move would be part of a three-way public partnership in which the City of Grand Rapids would develop the riverfront park, and Michigan State University would expand the innovation park...
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Consumers Energy has announced it plans to construct a new 6-story office building for up to 275 employees on the near West Side. This would be near the new urban-format Meijer development, and also near Rockford Construction's HQ (Rockford is serving as the CM for both projects).

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Consumers Energy to build $20M office building in Grand Rapids
Jim Harger | MLive
March 15, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Consumers Energy announced it plans to build a $20 million office building housing up to 275 employees on Grand Rapids' near West Side. The six-story office building will be in the heart of a resurgent neighborhood along Bridge Street NW that includes a new Meijer store, new housing and a burgeoning entertainment district. The project will be located at 501 Alabama Street NW in the utility's Circuit West area, a 13-block area created last year as a "hub of innovative electricity generation, distribution and storage and energy efficient building construction," according to an announcement on Thursday, March 15...
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WoodTV did a short bit about the ongoing building boom in Grand Rapids, especially along north Monroe. 601 Bond, which looks to be at about about floor level 8 of construction, can be spotted 1 minute into the video - click the link to see it -

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New development north of downtown GR
Joe LaFurgey | WoodTV8
March 16, 2018

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Rapids is a boomtown right now with cranes dotting the skyline marking new development. One area seeing a lot of growth is on Monroe Avenue north of downtown, which is the second boom period for North Monroe. The first was back in the early 2000s when old factories and warehouses were turned into apartments and condos like Boardwalk at 940 Monroe. Nearly two decades later, the area is seeing new construction like River’s Edge. For Orion Construction's development arm, it’s their first big project in the North Monroe neighborhood...
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