City Council approves amended brownfield plan

Changes could soon be on the skyline along Columbus Avenue between First and Second streets in Grand Haven. On Tuesday night, City Council unanimously approved an updated brownfield plan that will help bring about a redevelopment at 128 Columbus Ave. The site was formerly a bowling alley and other businesses. According to the plans submitted by property developers, the amended brownfield plan would allow for nearly $2 million in private investment, which would be used for redevelopment at the property.
Alex Doty
Sep 7, 2011

The site’s new development would include two floors of 8,000-square-feet each and a partial basement. The design of the new building would allow for the possible construction of an additional third floor that could be used for residential or commercial space.

The plans call for one-half of the new building space to be leased to Gazillion and One Inc., a local marketing and consulting business to schools and credit unions.

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