“I’m very happy to say that our efforts are proving successful and we have secured several new tenants,” Wierda said.
While new tenants were secured, Wierda said several of the existing tenants were on month-to-month leases. In order to accommodate the long-term commitment of a single larger user, the real estate company needed to take possession of those spaces, he explained.
Despite efforts to keep them in the plaza, Wierda said the businesses were not interested in relocating within the center.
To read more of this story, see today’s print edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.