City Council to consider facade improvements

Grand Haven City Council will be asked to authorize an agreement on Monday that will play a role in bringing more than $800,000 of building improvements to storefronts along Washington Avenue.
Alex Doty
Dec 17, 2011

 

 

Council meets at City Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m.

The city will be asked to authorize an agreement with the state that would provide the city with $358,018, while private matching funds will account for $461,968 for work at properties at 115, 119, 210, 732, 735 and 1118 Washington Ave.

At 115 Washington, work will include upgrading the existing front facade using brick and limestone; and upgrading windows, awnings, signage and lighting. The cost of the project is estimated at $37,447 — half of which would come from grant funds.

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