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I could have sworn this development had it's own page. Oh, well. Anyway, the LJS is reporting the developers are set to start on this project very soon.
A plan to build two high rises in downtown East Lansing cleared its final hurdle Tuesday.
The Michigan Strategic Fund Board approved the Center City District project's $53 million brownfield plan Tuesday morning. Chicago-based Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors is developing the $126.6 million project in partnership with East Lansing’s Ballein Management.
The site’s plans include a 12-story apartment building on the 100 block of East Grand River Avenue. A small-scale Target with a grocery section will take up the building's first floor.
The developer also plans to build a 10-story structure on the site of City Lot 1 behind the apartment building, which will include retail space on the first floor, parking on the next four levels and a five-story apartment complex for people 55 and older.