[Sold: $120,000] Just Listed – Tudor style ranch with custom kitchen, master suite, and two stall attached garage, $115,000

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Cedar Springs, MI. Come experience this adorable Tudor-style ranch home rich with features beyond its price range. The layout is architecturally ahead of its time, flowing from living room with all-brick fireplace into a recently updated, unique and intriguing custom kitchen and formal dining room. The master suite hosts a walk-in closet, full bathroom, and an additional separate powder area with its own sink and faucet. The front of the home has a comfortable breezeway and the back has a large sun room that leads to an even larger deck overlooking a back yard with mature trees and shrubs. Rich with character and features, the home additionally offers a two-stall attached garage and main floor utilities. Schedule your private showing today!




Will Downtown Grand Rapids get a Streetcar after all?

“The Rapid public-transit system is paying HDR Inc. $293,895 to refine the 2008 study, updating what an electric streetcar line would cost and how the money could come together. An advisory committee started meeting last month.

“‘We’re going to build on that (2008 study),’ said John Logie, a former Grand Rapids mayor who is chairman of the committee. ‘We think the timing is right. The economy is coming back.'”




Riverfront housing planned at Ryder Truck site in Grand Rapids


An Ohio developer plans in January 2014 to start building riverfront housing on a former Ryder Truck property at the end of 10th Street NW.

Grand Rapids Planning Commission has approved a site plan by The Woda Group for a residential complex on the west side of the Grand River at 936 Front Ave. NW. The GrandView Place would be the city’s first housing redevelopment between U.S. 131 and the river, aside from the Riverhouse condominiums downtown.

The housing would include up to 93 housing units, 80 of them offered at subsidized rents…


3 Million Dollar Renovation of Fulton Street Farmers Market Unveiled

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For over 80 years the Fulton Street Farmers Market has brought locally grown produce and homemade items to the heart of Grand Rapids. Last Tuesday the association unveiled an estimated $3 million renovation of the market that will improve vendor conditions and customer experience. The new designs include a 2,000-square-foot building, which will house 8-12 vendor stalls year round…

Photo Credit: Lott3Metz Architecture