SPRING LAKE — A dilapidated house at 104 E. Savidge St. was demolished in recent days to make way for a new Spring Lake Family Dentistry building.
The city and township planning commissions met Tuesday night to learn more about new developments proposed along Robbins Road in the township.
Based on township estimates released earlier this month, it’s thought that the population has increased to about 17,208 residents, an increase of about 2,030 since the 2010 Census.
Developers hope to change the type of housing development they’re putting in on a 1.56-acre parcel along the east side of Third Street, just north of Jackson Street, in Grand Haven’s Old Town neighborhood.
Reenders Inc. and Heritage Property Management Inc. recently broke ground on The Village at Rosy Mound, a senior housing development on Rosy Mound Drive in Grand Haven Township.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday conditionally approved a planned unit development request from developers Ciena Healthcare for the proposed Regency at Grand Haven.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — It won’t be too much longer before the new Speedway fuel station opens on the corner of Hayes Street and U.S. 31.
Work has started on a project that will relocate the current Wendy’s location to a new facility at the southwest corner of Beacon and Jackson — the site of the former Sprint store.
The Grand Haven Township Board has given the go-ahead to RW Properties LLC to build a new senior living complex in the township.
The Grand Haven Township Board of Trustees took the first steps in the approval process of a planned unit development for a new senior living development along Lakeshore Drive, just south of Rosy Mound Elementary School.
SPRING LAKE TWP. – The long-awaited Spring Ridge planned unit development is finally leaving the drawing board.
Grand Haven planning commissioners have conditionally approved the site plan for a new two-story building located at 707 Washington Ave., the site of the former Harbourfront Hobbies & Crafts.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A planned new senior living development could soon be coming to the Township Board for review and approval.
Grand Haven City Council has helped property owners clear one hurdle for their new building planned for the former Harbourfront Hobbies & Crafts site in Centertown.
The Grand Haven Township Planning Commission has conditionally approved SpartanNash’s special land use application for a new gas station at 172nd and Robbins.