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11:58 am
Thu May 23, 2013

East Lansing development process moving forward

The scope of downtown East Lansing is changing as the city council considers two proposals from DTN Management Co. and Lurvey White Ventures.
The scope of downtown East Lansing is changing as the city council considers two proposals from DTN Management Co. and Lurvey White Ventures.
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Yesterday, a public panel in East Lansing might have moved the city a little closer to updating a key downtown space.  The city’s Park District review team made recommendations regarding specific development companies and their plans for that space.  

Many in the area are eager to start developing the largely derelict area west of Abbot Road and north of Grand River. The panel recommended that the city council focus on plans from both DTN Management Co. and Lurvey White Ventures.

East Lansing Community and Economic Development manager Lori Mullins joined Current State to discuss the next phase in the development process.

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