Development

Radio Made in Michigan
5:35 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

LAUNCHED celebrates local entrepreneurs

East Lansing's Technology Innovation Center is just one place where new business ideas are nurtured in the Lansing region.
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 There’s been a lot of attention devoted to the start-up scene in the Lansing area over the last few years. New ideas and talent have been welcomed and nurtured at incubators like Lansing’s NEO Center and East Lansing’s Technology Innovation Center, or TIC. Early next year, The Runway, an incubator for fashion designers, opens in the old Knapps Department store building downtown.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:52 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

Month after groundbreaking Marketplace developer updates project

Pat Gillespie of the Gillespie Group says demand for housing in downtown Lansing is strong because people like the feel of urban living.
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Yesterday, we got our first look at a new, long anticipated building project in downtown Lansing. The Gillespie Group tweeted the photo of its ‘Marketplace Project’ yesterday, about a month after breaking ground near the intersection of Cedar and Shiawassee Streets, north of downtown.

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Radio Made in Michigan
1:54 pm
Wed September 11, 2013

Lansing Township planner defends commercial growth

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Lansing Township’s Eastwood development continues to grow.  Township officials recently gave the green light to Lansing developer Mike Eyde to build a $10 million Fairfield Inn and Suites near U.S. 127 and Lake Lansing Road.   It’s slated to open in 2015.  The Fairfield will follow the scheduled opening of a nearby Hyatt Place hotel.  It would make five hotels in the vicinity of Eastwood.

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Radio Made in Michigan
1:35 pm
Mon August 26, 2013

Some residents concerned over South Lansing river trail extension

The Pathway would add more than five miles to the existing network of nonmotorized trails.
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Tonight, the Lansing City Council could move forward with a plan that would add five-miles to the city’s river trail.

The body will vote on a proposal to provide city funding for most of the “South Lansing Pathway.” That’s three sections of new biking and walking paths that would stretch from Cavanaugh Road to Waverly Road.  

Federal dollars would pay for about 80 percent of the project’s construction costs.  Tonight’s council action could green light the city’s share of funding.

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