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This thread is dedicated to all general developments in West Michigan. For organizational purposes, "West Michigan" includes all of the light purple counties highlighted below (note, the Grand Rapids / dark purple and Kalamazoo-Portage-Battle Creek / pink areas each have their own dedicated threads).



This is a large area, and for the purposes of this thread, the focus will stay on the principal "large" cities (8,000 + pop.) of the western region of the state - places like Muskegon, Holland, Norton Shores, Coldwater, Niles, Ionia, Grand Haven, Sturgis, Big Rapids, Benton Harbor, Albion, and St. Joseph. Smaller tourist destinations & other smaller places with stuff happening might include Three Rivers, Hudsonville, Hastings, Marshall, Rockford, Dowagiac, Zeeland, Allegan, South Haven, Wayland, Plainwell, Middleville, Paw Paw, Spring Lake, Cassopolis, New Buffalo, Berrien Springs, Stanton, Centreville, Douglas, and Saugatuck.

The cities highlighted below are organized by population and are arranged from largest to smallest (2019 estimates) -

Code:
Muskegon - Muskegon County
Population: 37,600

Source: MLive | Ken Stevens

Holland - Ottawa & Allegan Counties
Population: 33,400

Source: City of Holland

Norton Shores - Muskegon County
Population: 24,500

Source: Photography Plus

Coldwater - Branch County
Population: 12,200

Source: Pinterest

Niles - Berrien & Cass Counties
Population: 11,200

Source: South Bend Tribune | Robert Franklin

Ionia - Ionia County
Population: 11,100

Source: Key to Dream Team

Grand Haven - Ottawa County
Population: 11,000

Source: Reddit | u/uncletan612

Sturgis - St. Joseph County
Population - 10,900

Source: Flickr | Brandon Bartoszek

Big Rapids - Mecosta County
Population: 10,400

Source: Ferris State University Honors Society

Benton Harbor - Berrien County
Population: 9,800

Source: Wikipedia

Albion - Calhoun County
Population: 8,300

Source: Detroit Free Press

St. Joseph - Berrien County
Population: 8,300

Source: Sold By Air - Drone Photography

Three Rivers - St. Joseph County
Population: 7,700

Source: Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Hudsonville - Ottawa County
Population: 7,400

Source: MLive

Hastings - Barry County
Population: 7,300

Source: Downtown Hastings

Marshall - Calhoun County
Population: 7,000

Source: Pure Michigan

Rockford - Kent County
Population: 6,300

Source: Pure Michigan | Rockford Chamber of Commerce

Dowagiac - Cass County
Population: 5,600

Source: Cressy & Everett

Zeeland - Ottawa County
Population: 5,700

Source: Holland Haven Marathon

Allegan - Allegan County
Population: 5,000

Source: Moody on the Market

South Haven - Van Buren & Allegan Counties
Population: 4,400

Source: Jaqua Realtors

Wayland - Allegan County
Population: 4,200

Source: WWMT

Plainwell - Allegan County
Population: 3,800

Source: travelthemitten.com

Middleville - Barry County
Population: 3,400

Source: mymiddlevilledda.com

Paw Paw - Van Buren County
Population: 3,400

Source: Wikipedia

Spring Lake - Ottawa County
Population: 2,400

Source: Epicurean Village

Cassopolis - Cass County
Population: 1,700

Source: Wikipedia

New Buffalo - Berrien County
Population - 1,700

Source: Flickr | Nathan Smith

Berrien Springs - Berrien County
Population: 1,600

Source: Andrews University

Stanton - Montcalm County
Population: 1,400

Source: courthouses.co

Centreville - St. Joseph County
Population: 1,300

Source: WKMI

Douglas - Allegan County 
Population: 900

Source: The City of the Village of Douglas

Saugatuck - Allegan County
Population: 850

Source: Reddit | u/bstockz

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Unless noted otherwise, all projects for each location are arranged first by status, then by cost, if known (most to least expensive).

Status Order:
  • under-construction (listed first)
  • approved / proposed (listed second)
  • completed (listed third, newest to oldest)
  • cancelled / demolished (listed last)

Muskegon

Code:
Former Shaw Walker Factory Repurposing, multi-phase; ongoing (~ $40 million +?)
(general location)

Source: The Frederick News-Post

Van Dyk Convention Center, under construction ($21 million)
460 W Western Ave.

Source: My own photo - February 2021

Terrace Point Landing (residential development), ongoing construction (~ $12 million?)
(general location)

Source: Terrace Point Landing

Muskegon Infill Housing (~ 240 homes), under construction (~ $18 million?)
(locations vary - pictured location)

Source: MLive

The Leonard, under construction ($8.9 million)
292 W. Western Ave.

Source: Facebook | The Leonard

Hartshorn Village, multi-phase condos, under construction (~ $14 million?)
(general location)

Source: Facebook | Hartshorn Village and Marina

Ten21 Apartments, under construction (~ $6 million?)
1021 Jefferson St.

Source: MLive | Courtesy Hooker DeJong

Muskegon Central 9-1-1 Dispatch addition, under construction (~ $1.5 million?)
770 Terrace St.

Source: LinkedIn | Construction Simplified

Windward Point Mixed-Use Development, proposed ($400 million)
(general location)

Source: MLive | Courtesy DPZ CoDesign

Muskegon (Fruitport Township) Casino, proposed ($180 million)
(general location)

Source: WKSO | Courtesy Little River Band of Ottawa Indians / US Bureau of Indian Affairs

Harbor 31 mixed-use development, approved ($110 million)
(general location)

Source: Mlive | Courtesy Henrickson Architecture

Foundry Square mixed-use, proposed ($65 million)
(general location)

Source: Great Lakes Development Group

Microtel, proposed part of Foundry Square (~ $2.5 million?)
(general location)

Source: Great Lakes Development Group

Westran Austin Trailer & Michigan Steel Redevelopment, proposed (~ $30 million?)
(1204 and 1148 W. Western Ave.)

Source: MLive

The Docks housing development, proposed (~ $20 million)
(general location)

Source: The Docks Muskegon

Former Nelson Elementary School repurposing, proposed (~ $20+ million)
550 W Grand Ave.

Source: LinkedIn | Cornerstone Architects, Inc.

Lake View Lofts, Phase 1 completed July 2019, Phase 2 proposed ($16 million)
351 W Western Ave.

Completed rendering

Source: MLive

Phase 1

Source: My own photo - February 2021

Samaritas Senior Housing, proposed ($10 million)
4 W. Webster Ave.

Source: MLive | Courtesy Samaritas

Muskegon Museum of Art Expansion, proposed ($9.9 million)
296 W Webster Ave.

Source: Muskegon Art Museum

Former Peoples State Bank / Liberty Bank / Ameribank Building Repurposing
Proposed / on-hold (~ $8 million?)
880 First St.

Core Development proposal rendering

Source: MiBiz

The gutted structure as seen in August 2018

Source: MLive

Food Forward Farm - Business Incubator, proposed (~ $7 million)
713 Yuba St. (former Farmers Market)

Source: MLive | Courtesy Rendering

The Shoppes on Sherman, proposed ($5 million)
(Muskegon Heights - general location)

Source: MLive | Courtesy City of Muskegon Heights

Terrace Point Dry Marina and Townhomes, proposed (~ $5 million?)
(general location)

Source: MLive | Courtesy City of Muskegon

Chart House Energy Old Foundry Repurposing, proposed ($2+ million)
825 W. Western Ave.

Source: MLive | Cory Morse

Former MCC Lakeshore Fitness Center redevelopment, proposed (~ $1.5 million?)
900 W Western Ave.

Source: MLive

Harbor Theater mixed-use conversion, proposed ($1.1 million)
1937 Lakeshore Dr.

Source: MLive

Catholic Charities West Michigan Campus, completed March 2021 ($4.5 million)
(general location)

Source: MLive | Courtesy Catholic Charities West Michigan

Ryerson Creek Outfall EPA Restoration, completed December 2020 ($6.6 million)
(general location)

Source: greatlakesmud.org

1208 8th Street rehabilitation, completed late 2020 ($550,000)
1208 8th St.

Source: Core Realty Partners

Midtown Square infill homes, completed 2020 ($3 million)
(general location)

Source: WZZM 13

Northtown 794, completed June 2020 ($3 million)
794 Pine St.

Source: MLive

Western Place Condominiums, completed Spring 2020 (~ $3 million?)
243 W Western Ave.

Source: My own photo - February 2021

3rd St. / Midtown Streetscape Improvements, completed November 2019 ($900,000)
(general location)

Source: MLive

Mercy Health (former L.C. Walker) Arena renovations, completed 2019 ($3.5 million)
470 W Western Ave.

Source: MiBiz | Courtesy Rendering

Delta Hotels by Marriott (reno & rebranding), completed October 2019 ($6 million)
939 Third St.

Source: Marriott

MCC Arts & Humanities Renovation, completed August 2019 ($9 million)
(general location)

Source: Progressive AE

Nipote's Italian Kitchen (shipping containers), completed July 2019 (~ $150,000?
98 W Clay Ave.

Source: MLive | Kayla Renie

Industrial Warehouse, 490,000 SF, completed Summer 2019 (~ $6 million?)
2420 Remembrance Dr.

Source: loopnet

Pigeon Hill Production Facility, completed April 2019 ($25 million)
895 Fourth St.

Source: Muskegon Times

Mercy Health New Patient Tower, completed Spring 2019 ($271 million)
1500 E Sherman Blvd.

Source: Building Design + Construction

Heritage Square Townhomes / Condos / Commons, completed Spring 2019 (~ $15 million?)
(general location)

Source: MLive

MCC Health & Wellness Center, completed November 2018 ($14.2 million)
(general location)

Source: Clark Construction Company

Highpoint Flats Apartments (redeveloped highrise), completed May 2018 ($9 million)
285 W Western Ave.

Source: My own photo - February 2021

Rad Dad's Taco & Tequila Bar, completed May 2018 (~ $1 million?)
470 W Western Ave. Suite A

Source: Muskegon Times

Terrace Flats Apartment Conversion, completed Spring 2018 (~ $3 million?)
316 Morris Ave.

Source: apartmentfinder.com

Berkshire Muskegon (Senior Housing), completed April 2018 ($16 million)
929 First St.

Source: My own photo - February 2021

MCC Sturrus Technology Center, completed January 2018 ($15 million)
388 W Clay Ave.

Source: Rapid Growth Media | Courtesy MCC

Mercy Health Urgent Care North, completed December 2018 ($12 million)
2006 Holton Rd.

Source: Mercy Health

Planet 3 Extreme Air Park, completed May 2018 (~ $1 million +?)
1740 E Sherman Blvd. (former Target Store)

Source: MLive

Western Market Pop-Up Shops, completed May 2017, expanded May 2018 (~ $100,000)
(general location)

Source: Muskegon Western Market

Spectrum Health Integrated Care Campus North, completed December 2016 ($13.8 million)
2009 Holton Rd.

Source: Spectrum Health

MCC Science Center, completed August 2015 ($9.6 million)
(general location)

Source: MCC

B.C. Cobb Coal Power Plant Demolition, completed February 2020 (~ $2 million?)
(general location)

Source: MLive

(Dalton Township) Sensi Park Grow Facility, 2019 proposal - cancelled (~ $5 million?)
(general location)

Source: MiBiz | Courtesy Rendering

Sappi Paper Mill Demolition, completed Fall 2017 (~ $2 million?)
(general location)

Source: Holland Sentinel

Chase Hackley Piano Factory Demolition, completed Fall 2017 (~ $150,000?)
(general location)

Source: change.org
Holland

Code:
Hudsonville Ice Cream Expansion, under construction ($51 million)
345 E. 48th St.

Source: American Structurepoint Inc.

Towers on River, under construction ($26.9 million)
159 S River Ave.

Source: City of Holland

Perrigo 357,000 SF Distribution Center Warehouse, under construction ($13.6 million)
13295 Reflections Dr.

Source: Holland Sentinel | Contributed

GRCC Lakeshore Campus, under construction ($12 million)
(Holland Charter Township - general location)

Source: The Lakeshore | Courtesy

The Commons at Westshore mixed-use development, proposed (~ $40+ million?)
Holland Charter Township - general location)

Source: Holland Sentinel | Courtesy Shops at Westshore

HOM Flats at 24th and Waverly, proposed (~ $16+ million?)
(general location)

Source: Holland Sentinel | City of Holland

HOM Flats at Felch Street, proposed (~ $12+ million?)
(Holland Charter Township - general location)

Source: Ionia Sentinel-Standard | Courtesy Magnus Capital Partners

The River Place by Resthaven, under construction (~ $4.5 million?)
210 / 212 S River Ave.

Source: Resthaven

W 36th St. Affordable Housing Development, proposed (~ $4 million?)
(general location)

Source: City of Holland

New Holland Brewing Expansion, proposed (~ $500,000?)
206 College Ave.

Source: City of Holland

Port 393 (event venue), completed June 2020 (~ $1.5 million?)
393 Cleveland Ave.

Source: Port 393

SpringHill Suites Holland (Township), completed April 2020 (~ $16 million)
3084 W. Shore Dr.

Source: Holland Sentinel

Staybridge Suites Holland (Township), completed November 2019 (~ $16 million?)
12170 James St.

Source: Facebook

@Home Realty, completed October 2019 ($6 million)
171 College Ave.

Source: T2 Construction Management

Holland Oz Project, completed July 2019 ($300,000)
Centennial Park

Source: Cory Morse | MLive

West 8th Mixed-Use Development, completed Spring / Summer 2019 (~ $35 million?)
Move theater, HopCat, commercial, apartments, parking deck (6 images, below)
(general location)

West 8th - Site Plan

Source: MLive

West 8th - Partial Rendering

Source: Wood TV 8

West 8th - Sperry's Moviehouse

Source: Holland Sentinel

West 8th - HopCat

Source: Twitter | @HopCatbr

West 8th - Lofts at West 8th

Source: Lofts at West 8th

50 West Residences

Source: realtor.com

Home2 Suites Holland (Township), completed January 2019 (~ $14 million?
3140 W Shore Dr.

Source: Hilton

George & Lucile Heeringa Civic Center Place, completed September 2018 ($16.5 million)
150 W 8th St.

Source: City of Holland

Western Theological Seminary Expansion, completed Fall 2018 ($15 million)
101 E 13th St.

Source: Western Theological Seminary

DeBoer Bakkeri - New / 2nd Location, completed April 2018 (~ $500,000?)
360 Douglas Ave.

Source: Austin Metz | Holland Sentinel

Holland Energy Park, completed October 1017 ($240 million)
1 Energy Park Way

Source: Progressive AE

Courtyard Marriott Downtown, completed February 2016 (~ $18 million?)
121 E 8th St.

Source: Facebook | Courtyard Marriott Downtown

Hope College Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, completed Fall 2015 ($35 million)
221 Columbia Ave.

Source: Hope College
Norton Shores

Code:
Dune Harbor Park, proposed (~ $20 million?)
(general location)

Source: MLive | Marge Beaver / Photography Plus

Mercy Health mixed-use facility, completed February 2021 ($20 million)
3570 Henry St.

Source: My own photo

















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Coldwater

Code:
Branch County Jail & Sheriff's Office, under construction ($22 million)
580 Marshall Rd.

Source: LinkedIn | Byce & Associates, Inc.

The Lofts at Milnes Plaza, completed November 2020 (~ $4 million?)
20 N Hanchett St.

Source: Spire Development

Sekisui Voltek, LLC Expansion, completed Fall 2020 (~ $1.5 million?)
17 Allen Ave.

Source: LinkedIn | Byce & Associates, Inc. | Casey Spring Photography













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Niles

Code:
Post Office Apartments, completed early 2021 ($16 million)
322 E Main St.

Source: apartments.com

Niles Community Health Center, completed November 2019 ($8.5 million)
1951 Oak St.

Source: Frederick Construction

Four Flags Plaza Apartments remodel, completed 2019 ($13 million)
17 N 7th St.

Source: rentable.com

The Berkshire Niles, completed Spring 2019 ($12 million)
10 N. 3rd St.

Source: Berkshire Senior Communities




...
Ionia

(reserved)

Grand Haven

Code:
Peerless Flats (Mixed-Use Development), approved ($24.7 million)
(general location)

Source: Second Wave Media | Courtesy Rendering

The Trib, approved (~ $5 million?)
101 N. Third St.

Source: MLive | City of Grand Haven

GHBLP - New Operations and Technology Center, proposed ($43 million)
(general location)

Source: The Lakeshore | Courtesy Rendering

GHBLP - Former Power Plant repurposing, proposed
518 Harbor Dr.

Source: Google Maps

Robinson Landing, proposed (~ $3 million?)
(general location)

Source: GRBJ | Courtesy MCC

Fit Body Boot Camp (Starlite Lanes redevelopment), completed late 2019 (~ $2 million?)
1309 S Beacon Blvd.

Source: 

@Home Realty (Starlite Lanes redevelopment), completed late 2019 (~ $2 million?)
1307 S Beacon Blvd.

Source: @Home Realty

South Harbor Drive Rejuvenation, completed Fall 2020 (~ $3 million?)
(general location)

Source: LinkedIn | Abonmarche Consultants, Inc.

Noto's at the Bil-Mar, completed Fall 2018 (~ $1.2 million?)
1223 S Harbor Dr.

Source: MLive | Courtesy Noto's

Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium, completed June 2018 ($4.5 million)
1 N Harbor Dr.

Source: MLive

J.B. Sims Generating Station Demolition, completed early 2020 ($5 million)
1231 N 3rd St.

Source: Wood TV 8
Sturgis

Code:
Radiant Life Church addition, completed 2020 ($3.3 million)
907 N Nottawa St.


Source: Miller Davis

Monroe Lofts, proposed (~ $3 million?)
200 E Chicago Rd.

Source: Sturgis Journal | Courtesy Rendering


















...

Big Rapids

Code:
Ferris State University Center for Virtual Learning, approved ($29.5 million)
(general location)

Source: MLive | Courtesy FSU


















...
Benton Harbor

Code:
Benton Harbor Flats rehabilitation, under construction ($4.5 million)
corner of Pipestone and West Main Streets

Source: Moody on the Market

Twin Cities Harbor Planning Study, visioning, 2015
Concept view of mixed-use development at central dock / inner harbor
(general location)

Source: Southwest MI Planning Commission

Farmers & Merchants Bank Façade Restoration, completed 2019 ($150,000)
92 W. Main St.

Source: MiBiz | Courtesy Rendering

Houndstooth Restaurant & Lofts, completed September 2019 (~ $1.25 million?)
132 Pipestone St.

Source: Herald-Palladium | Don Campbell

The Eddy, completed 2019 (~ $3 million?)
1900 Paw Paw Ave.

Source: LinkedIn | Abonmarche

200 Water Street, completed 2016 (~ $2 million?)

Source: Google Maps

LMC Hanson Technology Center, completed April 2016 ($10.6 million)
2755 E Napier Ave.

Source: AMI

Saranac Flats, completed 2014 (~ $4 million?)
376 W Main St.

Source: apartmenthomeliving.com

Harbor Shores Golf Resort, opened 2010 (ongoing investments, $500+ million)
201 Graham Ave.

Source: Crain's Detroit Business | Courtesy Harbor Shores
Albion

Code:
Downtown Courtyard by Marriott, completed March 2018 ($10 million)
200 S. Superior St.

Source: Kayak
















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St. Joseph

Code:
Krasl Art Center Gateway Project, completed late 2018 ($1.7 million)
"Rising Crossing Tides" sculpture by Richard Hunt
707 Lake Blvd.

Source: Pat Moody | Moody on the Market

Lake Park Place (2010 proposal - dead)
(general location)

Source: Facebook (link is now dead)


















...
Three Rivers

Code:
Metro @ Maple Lane, under construction (~ $2 million?)
(general location)

Source: My own photo














...
Hudsonville

Code:
Hudsonville 2030 Master Plan, multi-phase; ongoing (~ $30 + million)
(general location)

Source: Imagine Hudsonville 2030

Hudson Center (Mixed-Use Development), completed late 2018 ($4.5 million)
3424 Chicago Dr.

Source: Midwest Construction














...
Hastings

Code:
Affordable Housing Project, proposed / on-hold due to arson at Royal Coach building
(~ $20 million?)
(general location)

Source: WZZM 13
























...
Marshall

Code:
Ketchum Park Millrace Pavilion, completed Summer 2020 (~ $200,000?)
(general location)

Source: Viridis Design Group




























...
Rockford

Code:
Corner Bar reconstruction, completed August 2018 (~ $1.5 million?)
31 N Main St.

Source: Trip Advisor



















...
Dowagiac

Code:
Dowagiac District Library Expansion, under construction ($3 million)
211 Commercial St.

Source: Herald Palladium


















...
Zeeland

Code:
Sligh Furniture Co. building repurposing, proposed (~ $3.5 million?)
349 E. Main Ave.

Source: Holland Sentinel | Carolyn Muyskens
























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Allegan

Code:
Downtown Hampton Inn, proposed (~ $10 million?)
101 Brady St.

Source: Facebook | Friends of the Riverfront

Tantrick Brewing Co. Expansions, proposed (~ $1 million?)
34 Water St. & 243 Hubbard St.

Source: The Lakeshore West Michigan


























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South Haven

Code:
Bronson South Haven New Hospital, under construction ($22 million)
955 S. Bailey Ave.

Source: Bronson Health

Bronson Wound Center & Surgical Services, under construction (~ $3 million?)
955 S. Bailey Ave.

Source: Bronson Health

South Haven Center, completed November 2019 ($4.5 million)
335 Center St.

Source: South Haven Center




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Wayland

Code:
Gun Lake Casino Expansion, under construction ($100 million)
72,000 SF of additional new dining, entertainment, & gaming space
1123 129th Ave.

Source: Holland Sentinel | Contributed

MRCC Union Hall and Apprentice Training Center, completed December 2018 ($14 million)
500 Reno Dr.

Source: My own photo

Gun Lake Casino Expansion, multi-phase, completed late 2018 ($76 million)
Parking deck, "High-Limit" gaming room, dining, entertainment, & gaming space
1123 129th Ave.

Source: Gun Lake Casino











...
Plainwell

(reserved)

Middleville

Code:
Middleville Main, proposed ($2.8 million)
(general location)

Source: Wood TV 8 | Courtesy MEDC






































...
(reserved)

Paw Paw

(reserved)

Spring Lake

Code:
Epicurean Village Mixed Use, completed Summer 2020 ($6 million)
110 W Savidge St.

Source: Epicurean Village

The Lilley Mansion B&B, completed Summer 2020 (~ $1 million +?)
113 S Division St.

Source: MLive

Brooklyn's Bagels, completed Fall 2019 (~ $500,000?)
411 W Savidge St.

Source: Urban Planet | mgreven









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Cassopolis

Code:
New Municipal Building, completed October 2020 ($2.8 million)
121 N Disbrow St.

Source: Moody on the Market




















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New Buffalo

Code:
The Harbor Grand Hotel Reconstruction, completed 2020 (~ $7 million?)
111 W Water St.

Source: Instagram | @rockfordconstruction

Downtown Streetscape Improvements, completed June 2018 ($4 million)
(general location)

Source: Houseal Lavigne Associates

Village Park Square (2006 proposal - partially built; demolished early 2016) 
(general location)

Source: PRweb

















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Berrien Springs

Code:
BSPS Arts and Athletic Center, under construction ($19.7 million)
201 Sylvester Ave.

Source: BSPS

BSPS Sylvester Stadium, completed August 2020 ($8 million)
201 Sylvester Ave.

Source: LinkedIn | CARMI Design Group, Inc.






















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Stanton

(reserved)

Centreville

Code:
Glen Oaks Community College Grand Concourse Remodel, completed 2020 ($3 million)
62249 Shimmel Rd.

Source: Frederick Construction


















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Douglas

Code:
St. Peter Catholic Church Remodel & Addition, under construction (~ $6 million?)
100 St Peters Dr.

Source: OAK | Courtesy Progressive AE


















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Saugatuck

Code:
Saugatuck Public Schools Bond Projects, multi-phase; ongoing ($35.6 million)
(various renovation projects & locations - More Info)

Source: Holland Sentinel

NorthShore of Saugatuck Marina & Housing Development, under construction 
(~ $25 + million)
(general location)

Source: NorthShore of Saugatuck

Guardian Brewing Company, completed January 2019 (~ 500,000?)
3657 63rd St.

Source: Facebook | Guardian Brewing Company

The Mitten Brewing Company, completed June 2018 (~ $200,000?)
329 Water St.

Source: Brew Studs














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Three new hotels are under construction or in the planning stages in Holland Township -

Quote:
Staybridge Suites construction to begin soon in Holland Township
Austin Metz | Holland Sentinel
November 12, 2017

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has confirmed plans to build a new 100-room hotel on the south side of James Street, east of West Shore Drive. An IHG spokesperson said the hotel will be located at 12124 James St., east of Dutch Village, and the plan is to break ground in the first quarter of 2018...

Precedent photo of a similar hotel -

Source: Holland Sentinel
Quote:
Hilton hotel construction underway in Holland Township
Austin Metx | Holland Sentinel
November 8, 2018

Construction is now underway on the new Home2Suites by Hilton in Holland Township. The new hotel will be located at 2990 West Shore Dr., south of Riley Street off of U.S.-31 and is expected to feature 109 suites. So far, the foundation has been laid and construction on the infrastructure is underway as construction workers begin to erect the building...Due to the delay in the ground breaking, Roman said the opening date has been pushed to Oct. 31, 2018...


Source: Holland Sentinel | Austin Metz / Sentinel Staff
Quote:
Candlewood Suites coming to Holland Township
Austin Metx | Holland Sentinel
November 17, 2018

In the wake of a recent announcement by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) that they would be building a new 100-room hotel on James Street, the company has released plans to construct another hotel in the same vicinity. According to an IHG spokesperson, the company now has plans to construction a 75-room Candlewood Suites hotel at the intersection of U.S.-31 and James Street, west of U.S.-31 and north of James Street. Similar to the company’s Staybridge Suites, construction on the Candlewood Suites is expected to begin in early 2018 and will be completed at the beginning of 2019. It will also be an extended stay suite format hotel geared to customers on the road for weeks or months at a time...

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^ These three new hotels are following in the wake of the Cityflats Hotel, and the 98,600 SF Courtyard by Marriott that opened in downtown Holland a few years ago (Butler Rosenbury & Partners was the Architect). The Marriott added 142 rooms to the region -

Quote:
Courtyard Marriott downtown Holland to open Thursday
Justine McGuire | Holland Sentinel
February 24, 2016

...The five-story hotel has 140 rooms, two restaurants, a pool and hot tub, open common spaces and a fitness room. Rooms facing south and west have balconies that provide a view of Eighth Street. There are also east-facing balconies...The Marriott is the first nationally branded hotel in downtown Holland...

Source: Butler, Rosenbury & Partners


Source: WZZM

Here is a photo of the Cityflats Hotel, also recently opened -


Source: www.booking.com

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Holland has also been working on a new, mixed-development that will bring a movie theater downtown. Demolition has begun already, and the project is expected to be completed by Spring 2019. This will be a three-story, $8 million, 42,000+ SF building that will also include restaurants and retail space, at Eighth Street and Pine Avenue. This is across from the police department and district court, right near the Farmer's Market and the Civic Center, which is being remodeled currently. It is intended to better bridge the gap between the downtown retail core and the Civic Center / Macatawa waterfront. The development will also include a new parking deck -

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Downtown Holland buildings to be demolished to make way for movie theatre
Sidney Smith | Holland Sentinel
September 12, 2017

A large-scale movie theatre development planned for downtown Holland is moving through various approvals before development begins. Set to be finished in spring 2019, Sperry’s Movie House will make up a large portion of West Eighth Street, part of Geenen DeKock Properties’ and the city’s vision to connect downtown Holland to the farmers market, Civic Center and waterfront. Doug DeKock, co-owner of GDK, said demolition will begin this week for unoccupied buildings west of the Tulip Time offices. The new building will occupy 102 W. Eighth St...
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Source: Holland Sentinel (Contributed)

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Another big development in Holland - 44 W. Eighth St. - is nearing completion. This 4-story, 45,000 SF building is a mixed-use development featuring ground floor retail, two floors of apartments, and a fourth floor of five condos. This is being built by GDK, the same developer for the Theater project mentioned above -

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Construction on downtown Holland apartments, businesses nearing completion
Austin Metz | Holland Sentinel
February 17, 2018

HOLLAND — Construction on a new building on the west end of Eighth Street is nearing completion. The building, located at 44 W. Eighth St. west of Seventy-Six restaurant, will include apartments, condominiums and business space for Tulip Time and a second Canterbury Cottage location. Doug DeKock, co-owner of GDK Construction, said the second and third floors will be the apartment spaces, which should open in April, and the fourth floor will be home to five condominium units...


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The Civic Center in Holland has been undergoing an extensive, $14 million renovation -

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Sydney Smith | Holland Sentinel
February 17, 2018

HOLLAND — Holland’s renovated Civic Center will open this fall. “We have some things we absolutely need to accomplish, but we will be ready for that opening day,” said Matt VanDyken, who serves as the city staff member overseeing the project. The building is in the midst of a $14.15 million renovation, and along the way a number of policy decisions need to be made about what the day-to-day operations of the space will look like...


Source: Holland Sentinel | Sydney Smith / Sentinel Photo
Here is a rendering of the front entry -

Source: Holland Sentinel | Courtesy Rendering

Sadly, there was a construction-relate fatality on the jobsite last year, when a portion of floor that was being demolished collapsed, causing two workers to fall and one of them to die on the scene -

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Amy Biolchini | MLive
August 2, 2017

HOLLAND, MI -- Holland police have identified Ruben Gomez-Vazques, 38, of Grand Rapids, as the worker who died Tuesday after a floor collapsed at the Holland Civic Center construction site. Gomez-Vazques and a co-worker were demolishing a small section of cement floor on the second level of the east side of the building Tuesday, Aug. 1, officials said. Part of the floor collapsed, causing Gomez-Vazques and his co-worker to fall, officials said...

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Have to include this one. The Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts on Hope College's campus was completed in 2015. It is a truly beautiful venue, well-detailed with amazing acoustics. And it is a huge contribution to the local arts scene. 64,000 SF, with an 800-seat main auditorium and smaller recital hall along with instructional spaces, rehearsal rooms, and faculty studios. It attained LEED Silver certification. There are some great photos of this project on the College's website. Here' just a few highlights -

Exterior by night -


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Main Auditorium -

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Let's jump over to Muskegon, a city that has had its fair share of tough times, but one that is making a serious effort at a renaissance. 'Urban Renewal' was not limited to big cities, and Muskegon followed the model set by bigger municipalities. As a result, the entire downtown was basically obliterated. Starting in the 1950s, much of the city's downtown building stock was demolished and replaced with parking lots. In the 1960s, a suburban-style mall took the place of Western venue, in an ill-fated, cringe-worthy attempt to attract shoppers downtown. The economy continued to falter and downtown suffered severe blows that were hard to overcome for decades. That mall has since been demolished, and the city has reinstated the historic, pedestrian-oriented street grid, which has helped encourage new interest in developing downtown. This article from the Institute for Quality Communities, out of the University of Oklahoma, does a good brief summary of the changes, and has some shocking before / after comparison photos with a slide bar (brace yourself) -

Downtown Aerial View - 1953 - Note the dense urban fabric, few surface lots -


Downtown - Same Aerial View, but in 1968 - Notice the extensive surface lots and loss of historic blocks -


Aerial View - 2002 - The suburban-style Muskegon Mall has caused even further degradation of downtown core, killing more local businesses and bringing more surface lots -


Downtown Aerial View - 2013 - With the mall fully-demolished in the early 2000's and the street grid reconstructed, new developments are seen occurring -


It's not all sunshine and flowers, of course, but...wow! What progress has been made is incredible and commendable and there is so much more in the works. A recent rough estimate shows that about $1 billion is currently being invested in the city. There is a demand for new housing downtown that hasn't existed since the 1950s, and businesses are either returning to downtown or opening there for the first time.

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Nearly 200 residential units are currently under development in Muskegon's downtown core, and one of the biggest projects happening in Muskegon right now is Highpoint Flats, consisting of 47 market rate apartments in a remodeled tower - the former Hackley Union National Bank building, a.k.a. "Muskegon's first skyscraper." Built in 1918, it somehow managed to survive the urban renewal process and now, after years of delay, has new life as a prime downtown living spot. Construction on this $9 million project began late last Spring and is expected to wrap up around May of this year. Still Muskegon's tallest, the tower features a rooftop deck and clubhouse, and a ground floor fitness center. All of the units have a view of Muskegon Lake. The first two floors have up to 10,000 SF available for commercial / retail tenants. The leasing office is open, a model unit available for tours, and demand is high -

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Justine McGuire | MLive
February 11, 2018

MUSKEGON, MI - One week after its leasing office opened, Highpoint Flats downtown Muskegon has 36 apartments left. So far, 11 of the 47 market-rate apartments are reserved, said Jon Rooks, of Parkland Properties. Construction on the $7-million project commenced during May 2017, and will finish by May 1, 2018, with move-ins starting June 1. "There's never been a place like this to live in Muskegon," Rooks said. "The city is your living room..."

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Model Unit - Bedroom -


Model Unit - Kitchen -


Model Unit - Living Room -


Rooftop View of Downtown -
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There's definitely some commuters, but it is a bit of a hike. From core to core it can take half an hour to an hour with traffic. Holland has a strong local economy of its own though, anchored by manufacturing, tech, healthcare, tourism / hospitality, and education. Some of the biggest employers are Haworth, Herman Miller, Johnson Controls, Perrigo, and Gentex.

It is exciting to see all of this development happening on Michigan's west side!
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MLive did a neat video recently, a driving tour that captures some of the new developments happening downtown. I will break these down a bit more, development by development, but you can get a quick sense of how the scars in the urban fabric have been healing over with new investments. Muskegon has a sense of place that was gone / forgotten for decades. I doubt a visitor to the area 30 years ago would even recognize this as the same place today -

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Here are some of the other substantial residential / mixed-use projects underway in Muskegon, in order of budget, including -

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An 84-unit, affordable-housing community under construction at 275 W. Clay Avenue, geared towards those 55 years of age and older. The three-story development represents a $16 million investment by General Capital Group (Chicago, Milwaukee) and includes underground parking and 5,000 SF of ground-floor retail. It is scheduled to open this Spring -


Source: General Capital Group

Terrace Point Landing -

This is a 70-lot residential development right on Muskegon Lake. Started in 2013, development has been picking up steam with purchase and development of many of the lots. Valued at $10.25 million in total, this new community is by Parkland Development -


Source: Terrrace Point Landing

Lake View Lofts -
This new six-story mixed-use development recently broke ground at 351 W. Western Ave. (between 2nd and 3rd Streets). It will include commercial / retail space on the bottom three floors and 20 apartment units on the top three. Development partners Chris Benedict and Josh Canale are leading the $7 million effort to create this new building that will prominently anchor the corner lot where it is being built -


Source: MLive

Liberty Building Renovation -
Located right behind the Highpoint Flats development and across from Berkshire, the long-vacant liberty building (corner of Clay Ave. and 1st Street) is being converted to mixed-use, with plans for commercial / retail use on the first three floors, and apartments on floors 4 and 5. This project is estimated to cost $7 million -


Source: MLive | Courtesy Port City Construction

Heritage Square Commons / Townhomes -
The multi-phase Heritage Square development has brought much needed, medium-density residential housing downtown, and with pretty good architectural design. The latest round of townhomes were recently completed, and now work is substantially underway on a 2 story, mixed-use portion at the corner of Clay Ave. and 2nd Street. It will feature ground-floor retail with apartments above, and bring a finished-sense of density to this corner. Construction cost is estimated at $2 million and work is expected to be complete this summer -

Here's an earlier phase of completed townhomes (nice, right?) -

Source: Heritage Square

And a rendering of the current project, the Commons -

Source: MLive | Courtesy Port City Construction

Terrace Flats Apartments -

This $1.7 million project at 316 Morris St. involves a conversion of the top two floors of an office building into 20 market-rate apartment units. Phase one was completed in December -


Source: The Hinman Company

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In commercial development, the world's largest manufacturer of kayaks and other outdoor sporting equipment - KL Outdoors - recently moved its global headquarters to downtown Muskegon. The company spent over $9 million to renovate the former SPX Corp. pyramid, located at 700 Terrace Point. The move brings an expected increase of 150 jobs to the company and to the area -


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In healthcare, Mercy Health broke ground in Fall 2016 on a massive new expansion to its existing campus near US-31 and E Sherman Blvd. in Muskegon. The project, costing an estimated $271 million, is considered to be the single-most expensive project in the history of the entire county. At the center of the expansion is a new 10-story tower that will add 267 new, private beds to its current operations, along with new surgery space and a new emergency department. The existing facilities will receive extensive renovations as well. Mercy Health is the largest employer in the county, with about 4,100 employees. The new hospital is expected to be complete in 2019 -

Renderings - several more stories were added during design development -





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The new 10-story tower topped out in October 2017 -

Source: Mercy Health News

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In other healthcare development news on Muskegon's Northside, Spectrum Health opened a new integrated patient care facility in December 2016 at 2009 Holton Road. The $13.8 million project includes a 30,000 SF facility to link lakeshore residents to Spectrum's massive facilities in Grand Rapids. Spectrum has been aggressive in its growth, and is trying to directly compete with Mercy -


Source: Spectrum Health

Mercy, in turn, is responding by erecting its own $12 million, 30,000 SF patient care facility directly across the street from Spectrum's, at 2006 Holton Road. Both facilities offer primary care, X-ray services, labs, and pharmacy services. Mercy's facility consolidates three primary care offices in the area, and is expected to open in November -


Source: MLive | Courtesy Mercy Health

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Here's another big one for Muskegon, with a lot of moving parts involved -

Last August, the city announced its plan for a $15 million downtown convention center, to be located adjacent to the LC Arena and Holiday Inn. This will be a joint public / private venture, with the city, the county, and the hotel owner working as partners on the development. Under the current arrangement, the city will own the center and arrange financing, but the actual money to pay off the debt and for operating expenses will come from Muskegon County and the hotel owner, Parkland Properties (Jon Rooks). Muskegon County would provide the guarantee on the bond payments. The city and county came up with a clever way to secure the financing. By passing a decision to levy a new tax on hotel rooms only within the city of Muskegon, the only yes vote needed to approve the 4% assessment was from Jon Rooks, because he is the only hotel owner in the city.

The Center will be built on land donated by Rooks behind his hotel, and is estimated to be between 40,000 and 50,000 SF. It is estimated to break ground in 2019 and to be open by 2021. The idea of a downtown convention center has been discussed for decades, and, after a 2014 feasibility study, those involved now believe that they have the demand and finances in order, and are ready to start design work. This is evidenced by the recent news that a local Architect has now been awarded the contract for design services - Progressive AE, out of Grand Rapids -

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Ben Solis | MLive
February 7, 2018

MUSKEGON, MI - A renowned Grand Rapids-based architectural design firm has been tapped to begin work on a proposed $15 million convention center in the heart of downtown Muskegon. The Muskegon City Commission recently voted to engage Progressive AE to determine the size, location, amenities and costs for the convention center. Commissioners agreed to pay Progressive AE a total of $832,800 for architectural and design fees, plus other reimbursable expenses...

Conceptual Rendering of the new Convention Center, showing connections to the existing Holiday Inn and Arena -

Source: MLive | Courtesy Progressive AE

Conceptual Site Plan, Arena on bottom left -

Source: MLive | Courtesy Progressive AE
Related to this convention center proposal, it was also announced last August that the Holiday Inn will receive $2 - 5 million in renovation dollars and will be re-branded as an upscale chain, more befitting of a convention center hotel. According to the owner, on Rooks, the re-branded hotel will most likely be either a Crowne Plaza or a Radisson. The hotel renovations will begin after a formal agreement on the convention center is signed -

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Lynn Moore | MLive
August 23, 2017

MUSKEGON, MI - Construction of a convention center in downtown Muskegon will prompt millions of dollars of upgrades to the downtown Holiday Inn in preparation of it operating under an "upscale" brand. Hotel owner Parkland Properties is working with the city of Muskegon and Muskegon County to build and finance the convention center that would be attached to both the hotel and the adjacent LC Walker Arena...
Photo of the current Holiday Inn, a 201-room, 8-story hotel -

Source: IHG / Holiday Inn

And in another small, related development, a new restaurant, Rad Dad's Taco & Tequila Bar, is being built and will be connected to the LC Arena -

Source: MLive

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Sure! There's been a backlog of projects worth sharing here. I'll try to keep building the list over the next few weeks.

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Here's one more big one for Muskegon - Muskegon Community College Downtown Center celebrated its grand opening last month. It occupies the former Muskegon Chronicle press building and former Masonic Temple building, located downtown at 388 W. Clay Ave. and was completed at a cost of almost $15 million. The campus, now formally known as the Carolyn I. and Peter Sturrus Technology Center, offers courses in applied technology programs and entrepreneurial studies. It also features a welding shop, prototyping labs with 3D printing and laser cutters, campus store, and credit union.

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Source: MLive | Courtesy C2AE / MMA architects

Photos from the Grand Opening, January 2018 -




Automotion Lab -


Machine Shop -

Source: MLive | Joel Bissel

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