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Old Posted Jul 16, 2008, 8:25 PM
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New pics from 7/16/08

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Rowe Building (there was actually work being done!!)












Wade Trim and destruction of the Copa(which I didn't know was happening)













Durant Hotel - streets are all blocked off in anticipation of construction (I believe there is asbestos removal and other prelim. work going on inside)




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Old Posted Jul 19, 2008, 2:57 AM
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Very nice! Hope you don't mind if I share a few pics I took on a visit last week.

Copa and the neighboring building are both being demolished due to "structural issues." Originally they were supposed to be renovated. They will be replaced by a grass lot that will immediately become "build to suit" space. Yeah I know, Flint has been on a roll in terms of downtown development, but I'd sure like to see a building go up there fast. I hate large empty lots on Main Streets. You're not Saginaw for crying out loud.









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They will be replaced by a grass lot that will immediately become "build to suit" space.
At least they are grassing it over. One of my biggest pet peeves is that they never seem to grass anything over here in Lansing, and even worse than leaving down the concrete or asphalt lots is graveling them. *ugh*

BTW, what does Wade Trim do, or is that the name of the building?
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Wade Trim is a large engineering firm. They have over 21 offices across the nation, but their headquarters is based in Detroit and they operate quite a few offices throughout Michigan.

The fortunate thing about the new WTB is that side wall is really nice, so it won't look so awkward with that grass lot there. I'm actually confident it will be built upon. I realize Genesee Towers is an ugly reminder of vacant office space, but no responsible tenant would ever move into that place until it receives some proper structural work.
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2008, 6:38 AM
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Ugh, now the Rowe disaster is within better sight. Build faster.
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Wade Trim Building almost ready to open

http://www.mlive.com/flintjournal/bu..._downtown.html

Wade Trim Building in downtown Flint almost ready for business
by Melissa Burden | The Flint Journal
Monday July 28, 2008, 4:48 PM

FLINT, Michigan -- The moving truck for Wade Trim Inc. won't be traveling far Friday, but workers at the civil engineering firm are anxious to set up shop in a newly built downtown building.

Office furniture and supplies should be moved Friday from the current office at 601 N. Saginaw St. down the street to it's new building in the 500 block of South Saginaw Street, said Jason Kenyon, a vice president and office manager for Wade Trim's Flint office. The office's staff of about 25 is expected to start work at the new building on Monday.

"This is something we're looking forward to," he said.

Wade Trim is leasing the $5 million building's entire second floor, which totals about 8,500 square feet.

The new brick building is owned by real estate development group Uptown Developments and sits next to the recently razed Copa Building.

Also, WNEM (Channel 5) is hoping to move into its first floor space by mid-September, said Al Blinke, WNEM's general manager.

Three of the four loft apartments in that building have been leased and Uptown Developments is getting close to leasing at least one, if not all three remaining retail spots on the first floor, said Phil Shaltz, a managing partner in Uptown Developments.

Next door to the Wade Trim Building at Saginaw and Second streets, a pile of bricks and rubble is all that remains of the former Copa Building, where women shopped for fashions for decades in the old Vogue store and more recently where people danced the night away at The Copa nightclub.

Uptown Reinvestment Corp., a nonprofit spearheading downtown Flint revitalization and owned the Copa Building, had planned to market the building to a restaurant or nightclub, but found that part of the project not viable because of the building's age and deterioration, said Ridgway White, a project manager with Uptown Reinvestment.

Crews will continue working at the site, which will be created into a grassy park area. Uptown Reinvestment will try to market the space to a developer to use as an office space, White said.

Across the street at the Rowe Building, which suffered a partial collapse in August 2007, foundations are being put in to support steel structures, Shaltz said.

Rowe will occupy two of the floors in the $13 million building, which is combining three historic structures into one. The first floor could be home to a restaurant and loft apartments are slated for the top floor.

If all goes well, the building could be completed by the end of the year or shortly thereafter, Shaltz said.

Other projects downtown include the recently completed Community Foundation of Greater Flint Building and First Street Lofts.

Shaltz said Uptown Developments is meeting with people interested in locating restaurants in the new downtown buildings.

"There's a lot of activity with a lot of potential restaurants and bars," he said.
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Old Posted Aug 6, 2008, 1:38 AM
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Flint to get new downtown parking structure

http://abclocal.go.com/wjrt/story?se...cal&id=6305496

Ground will be broken this week
By Joel Feick

FLINT (WJRT) -- (08/04/08)--Ground will be broken later this week on a new $10 million parking structure for downtown Flint.

It will be built at the corner of Kearsley and Beach on land that had been owned by Citizens Bank.

The Downtown Development Authority will own the new parking deck, and will sell bonds to pay for it. Some of the money will also be used to repair an existing parking deck adjacent to the Character Inn.

No city money will be used for the project

The head of the DDA says it's a good news, bad news story.

The bad news? With all that's going on downtown, parking has become a problem at times.

The good news? The structure will be four floors and will house 388 new parking spaces.

It won't be for people who are stopping into the nearby Secretary of States offices, for instance. They'll be directed to the surface lot across the street. IThe new structure will largely be for people who work downtown. They'll pay $60 a month to park here.

"You get Rowe Engineering down here with 100-plus employees. Wade Trim coming in. Your competitor, Channel 5, is in. We now have the Community Foundation here on the Main Street rather than in their own lot. All of those folks need extra parking," said DDA's Larry Ford.

Larry Ford, from the DDA, expects the new facility will be open by June of next year.

Then as we hopefully get some successes with regard to the hotel, I'm hoping that the Crim will be able to make those numbers work. But then we gotta accommodate that hotel. Right now we're not, and right now my ramp at the hotel is full," Ford said.

Ford feels it will set the standard for future development downtown.

"It's gonna set the standard for other things that are gonna happen in this community. We're pleased about some other potential development down here."

The new parking center will be called the "James Rutherford Parking Structure," named for Flint's former mayor and longtime booster of downtown Flint.

The plan is to have the structure open by next June.
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Intermodal hub under construction

http://abclocal.go.com/wjrt/story?se...cal&id=6308346

Construction under way next to Bishop International Airport
By Gabe Gutierrez

FLINT (WJRT) -- (08/05/08)--One of Flint's two planned intermodal transportation hubs is taking off. Construction is under way next to Bishop International Airport.

You may have seen it if you've driven down Bristol Road. You might have also seen the TV ads. It will be the site for FedEx's new sorting facility.

The company plans to move in by February of next year.

It's been in the works for years.

"It takes time," said Bishop Airport Director Jim Rice.

Rice says the biggest challenge is behind him.

"Just the coordination of the contractors, getting one thing done before another part of the project could start," he said.

But it's started. FedEx's new sorting facility is just one phase of a $33 million project. The planned freight center is expected to bring hundreds of jobs.

"Most times people want to hear about the jobs but what we really need to put our attention on is the infrastructure," said Stan Blood with the Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce.

"If we put the right pieces in place, I believe the jobs will follow."

An intermodal hub moves cargo from one form of transportation to another.

"When we opened this airport, there was only about 60,000 pounds of freight a year being hauled," Rice said. "Last year, we were close to 60 million pounds of freight."

Rice says he hopes more will follow FedEx and take advantage of Bishop's location either by land, rail or air.

This isn't the only so-called intermodal project in the works. About a year ago, local officials announced plans for another hub on the former Buick City property in Flint.
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Rowe now costing $20million

http://www.mlive.com/flintjournal/in...skyrocket.html

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by Ron Fonger | The Flint Journal
Sunday August 17, 2008, 5:00 PM
John W. Adkisson | The Flint Journal

Because of a wall collapse, the building that will house Rowe Professional Services Co. will take an additional $7 million to complete.

FLINT, Michigan -- The estimated cost of building the new downtown headquarters for Rowe Professional Services Co. has skyrocketed from $13 million to $20 million, partly because of a wall collapse one year ago.

Paperwork filed with Genesee County by supporters of continuing tax breaks for the Rowe project and three others in the downtown Flint area says factors in the rising costs include cleanup and repairs since the collapse and the discovery of hidden asbestos.

"The cost over-runs occurred because neither the general contractor nor the architects and structural engineers could determine hidden building conditions prior to the extensive demolition that was required to reveal these conditions," according to an initial application for extension of the renaissance zone tax benefits.

The Rowe project involves tying three old buildings in the heart of downtown together and adding new construction to create a new space for Rowe and other tenants. It is among several major projects touted as helping in a rebirth of downtown.

The county Board of Commissioners and Flint City Council have approved the tax abatement requests, but Mayor Don Williamson said just this week that he will agree to only one of them -- the least costly of the four -- for a new manufacturing business.

Williamson's approval is needed before the state would consider the tax exemption continuation, which would abate nearly 100 percent of real and personal property taxes.

Backers of the Rowe building, Wade Trim and Community Foundation of Greater Flint as well as the proposed Rogers Foam Corp. on West Kearsley Street are all seeking continuation of the tax breaks for an additional 15 years.

With or without the exemptions, the Rowe project isn't expected to be completed until May 2009, according to documents filed with the county by project backers.

The Flint Journal could not reach Ridgway White, project manager for 500 Block LLC, a partnership owned by the Uptown Six LLC, Hammond Bay, a Rowe subsidiary and Uptown Reinvestment Corp, a nonprofit organization.

The Journal also could not reach Phil Shaltz, a managing partner with Uptown Six, but a Rowe spokesman said investors have preservered.

"We're still really committed to that project," said John D. Matonich, president and chief executive officer of Rowe.

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Pre-leasing begins at the Berridge

http://abclocal.go.com/wjrt/story?se...cal&id=6332502

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By Joel Feick

FLINT (WJRT) -- (08/16/08)--Crews are restoring two historic buildings right next to each other in downtown Flint.

They'll soon become loft apartments and Saturday was the first day of "pre-leasing" for them.

The Tinlin Building and Berridge Place Loft Apartments fit right in with the revitalization in downtown according to Linda Weises of Court Street Village.

"The Tinlin is really special," she said. "You're going to have the original character when it was built in the 30s."

Weises says the Tinlin will feature a lot of built-ins, fireplaces and beautiful trim. There will also be gated security parking and a courtyard.

"What they like about the Tinlin is that it's maintaining the character of when it was built with all the modern amenities," said Weises. "And everything is going to be energy efficient."

The Berridge has 17 units and will have more of a modern feel than the Tinlin. The luxury loft apartments will all include a washer and dryer with all modern appliances. The Berridge also has elevators.

"The loft apartments are going to have eight to eight-and-a-half-foot ceilings, a little higher in the two commercial units that are are for rent on the street," Weises said.

"I really feel that with what is going on downtown and even right across the street our location is perfect for what's going on," she added.

Weises is hopeful both buildings will be fully restored by December. Sorrenson Gross is the general contractor.

The Berridge will have a big, neon "B" out front, just like it used to have years ago.
There's a video at the ABC12 site if you want to get a visual of what's happening. They show the inside of the Tinlin, but not the Berridge.
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http://abclocal.go.com/wjrt/story?se...cal&id=6335338

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By Joel Feick

FLINT (WJRT) -- (08/18/08)--As downtown Flint gears up for the Crim Festival of Races this week, a vacant hotel will be reopened for the event.

The Character Inn will once again serve as the focal point of the race: the home of the Crim Fitness Expo.

According to a spokesman for Uptown Development, the Crim Foundation has a purchase agreement on the former Character Inn.

There is a plan to renovate the property, but the plan is far from a done deal.

A Crim Fitness Foundation official says says the Crim folks have about nine months to determine what it will cost to renovate the building and to identify funding sources.

The plan calls for a mixed-use facility that could include student housing for the University of Michigan-Flint, what's called a "boutique hotel," space needed for the Crim Fitness Foundation and perhaps a medical school.


But before any of that can take place, partners in the project are assembling the financing to determine if the project will fly.

"We've had consultants in," said the Crim Fitness Foundation's Phil Shaltz. "We're meeting on a weekly basis to try to find out the viability of student housing, a boutique hotel, the Crim Fitness Foundation and various other things.

"As soon as we can wrap those up and come to some conclusion, then we cement the deal and turn the inn into something that's positive for downtown."

The hotel is still owned by the Institute for Basic Life Principals. It's making sure the Character Inn will have rooms for sale on Thursday and Friday at $189 for a double and $199 for a king-sized bed.

More than 100 rooms have been reserved so far. The hotel will also serve as the site of packet pickup and the Crim Expo.

"We've kept the building, even though it's been empty and vacant," said the Institute for Basic Life Services' James Marsh.

"We've kept the rooms themselves guest-ready, but it's been two and a half years that it's been virtually vacant."

Marsh says although the pool is closed and the phones only work room to room, the elevators work and there will be air conditioning this weekend.

He says the hotel will be ready for the thousands who will stop by from the Crim.


First I've heard of a possible medical school. Given the demand for on-campus housing at UM-Flint (evidenced by the new dorm being filled), I see there being a large market for student oriented, "off-campus" , apartments in downtown - a role that the hotel could easily fill.

Heck, if it doesn't work out with the Crim Foundation, UM-Flint should just buy it and turn it into another dorm.
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HealthPlus could move from Flint Township to downtown Flint

http://www.mlive.com/flintjournal/in...ve_to_dow.html

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by Joe Lawlor | The Flint Journal
Tuesday September 30, 2008, 7:04 PM

HealthPlus of Michigan, with headquarters in this building at Linden and Corunna roads, is eyeing a downtown Flint site.

FLINT, Michigan -- Another 380 employees could be headed to downtown Flint.

HealthPlus of Michigan is considering moving its headquarters from Flint Township in what would be a boon to a downtown that has seen its fortunes improve in recent years.

David Crosby, CEO of HealthPlus, said plans are still "in the early stages." He said it's impossible at this point to speculate on whether it would happen.

But Crosby said HealthPlus is interested in being part of downtown's comeback.

"We consider ourselves to be a very integral part of our community, and the renaissance of the downtown is important to the overall community," Crosby said.

Crosby said one of the locations under discussion for HealthPlus is the parking lot on South Saginaw Street, south of the University of Michigan-Flint pavilion.

Mark Holoweiko, a HealthPlus spokesman, said a number of pros and cons have to be weighed before deciding to make the jump to downtown -- including whether HealthPlus can sell its existing building on South Linden Road, parking, employee safety, restaurants in downtown and a workable business plan.

"We're committed to supporting Flint," Holoweiko said. But he said it also has to work financially. "This is really a business decision."

Employees of HealthPlus were told months ago, Holoweiko said.

Tracey Tucker, Flint Township's economic enhancement director, said she plans to meet with HealthPlus officials in the next week or two.

"We'd like to try to get them to stay (in Flint Township)," Tucker said.

Crosby said if they do decide to leave, it would have nothing to do with its Flint Township building, which he described as "up-to-date and serves us well."

If it were to take place, HealthPlus could apply for renaissance zone tax breaks, which eliminates real and personal property taxes for new downtown businesses. Any renaissance zone tax incentives would have to be approved by the city and state of Michigan.

Crosby said the tax incentives are a "small piece of the pie" and would not be the driving force behind the decision to relocate.

If it happens, it would be the latest in a string of high-profile new buildings in downtown.

Three new buildings downtown, including Wade Trim, Rowe Engineering and the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, received renaissance zone extensions through 2023.

The new buildings come on the heels of the city installing the historic arches in 2003. Downtown also recently saw an influx of college students with the construction of residence halls for students on East First Street.

Crosby said HealthPlus was approached by Uptown Developments, which co-owns the three new downtown buildings, about the possible move.

Mayor Don WIlliamson said the interest by HealthPlus shows downtown is becoming attractive again.

"It would be a really big boost to downtown. We've come a long ways, but the journey is not over," Williamson said. He said he didn't want to talk about the project further because it's still in negotiations.

Larry Ford, director of the downtown development authority, said he was worried that HealthPlus would move to Oakland County. He said he's concerned about Flint Township losing a business, but he would rather they stayed in Genesee County.

"We're crossing our fingers. It would really add to the workforce downtown," said Ford.

But Pat Brown, co-owner of Mike's Triple Grill on South Saginaw Street, said while it would be helpful, HealthPlus would merely stem the tide of downtown job losses, including the City Hall cutbacks and at small businesses, that have hurt the sub and sandwich shop.

"They (job losses) have really been noticeable," Brown said. "We really need the workers here."

Ford said one problem is with 380 new workers downtown, an additional parking ramp would need to be built. He said the authority, as it stands now, doesn't have enough money to build another parking ramp to supplement the $10-million parking garage for the new Wade Trim and Rowe workers.

HealthPlus has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report for having "America's Best Health Plans" for commercial, Medicare and Medicaid plans.
Current building in Flint Township (taken by Bruce Edwards/The Flint Journal)
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I said it at Urbanplanet, but 380 new office jobs in downtown Flint would be huge, and the site that they are looking at would make quite a statement if they do decide to move down and do it right.
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They should move into Genesee Towers!!

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The news just keeps on coming

http://www.mlive.com/flintjournal/bu...t_eyesore.html

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by Joe Lawlor | The Flint Journal
Friday October 03, 2008, 7:08 PM

FLINT, Michigan -- Another downtown eyesore could be on its way out, replaced by a new retail/office building.

The Metropolis, 510 S. Saginaw St., a former dance club that hosted local bands as recently as 2005, could be torn down and replaced with a new three-story building.

The Community Foundation of Greater Flint, which this May moved into its own new digs on South Saginaw Street, plans to spend an estimated $3 million to $4 million to construct the new building, said foundation President Kathi Horton.

Horton said she's optimistic that the deal will fall into place, hopefully within the next month.

Horton said members of the nonprofit decided that they wanted to do more to help downtown Flint besides moving into its new building.

"We want to keep the momentum going. It's the right thing to do," Horton said.

She said the foundation is currently in negotiations with three tenants that would occupy office space. She said she couldn't name the potential tenants until they are signed.

A retail store on the first floor would be determined once the other tenants are signed, but she said perhaps it could be a convenience store.

"That's obviously what's missing in downtown, a place where you can go pick up a gallon of milk or a quick something," Horton said.

Horton said there's now a strong belief that downtown is undergoing a renaissance, and that's giving the foundation the confidence to do the Metropolis deal. In addition to the foundation building, the new Wade Trim and Rowe Engineering buildings have been built downtown. Also, HealthPlus of Michigan might move its headquarters from Flint Township to downtown.

"We've had so many people come into our building and say, 'Wow, it's really happening,'" Horton said, referring to a downtown rebound.

The foundation also is working on bringing a restaurant to the first floor of its building on South Saginaw, but Horton said she's not sure if and when that would happen.

Horton said if the new building becomes a reality, it would also mean that nearly the entire block of Saginaw Street between the Rowe Engineering building and the Community Foundation building will have been renovated.

Phil Shaltz, part-owner of the Metropolis building, confirmed he is in negotiations to sell the building to the Community Foundation.

Shaltz said the Metropolis is "not very attractive" and it makes sense to replace it.

"It would bring more stability to the neighborhood," said Shaltz, also of Uptown Developments, which co-owns the Wade Trim, Rowe and Community Foundation buildings.
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The development going on in downtown is great, I just wish there was a way to preserve some of these buildings (Copa, Metropolis, even Genesee Towers). It's a shame that they're all in such a state of disrepair that the only feasible option is to tear them down.
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I agree. They better have a rock solid project if they are going to go ahead and tear down a building like that. Knowing the track record of dt development, they'll probably eff up the buildings on each side causing another block of buildings to be leveled similar to the Wade Trim project issues which led to the demolition of COPA. And then of course there's the Rowe project . . . .

The Metropolis Club is a great building, and I believe it's likely faux historical replacement won't compare. Why don't they build where Copa was. It's a better corner.

Sorry community foundation, you don't have my support on this one.

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I would post it, but that would require searching effort.

.....i might be motivated tomorrow. If I would have known, I might have brought my camera on my visit up to Flint today.....er I mean Genesee Valley Mall.

Architecturally, this is definitely a structure worth saving
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