1 Recommended rezoning for Tribune site approved

This rendering shows what developers hope to construct at the current location of the Grand Haven Tribune, 101 N. Third St. The proposed building includes a parking garage and four floors of one- and two-bedroom residential apartments.

The Grand Haven skyline will soon look a bit different as the City Council on Monday approved a proposal to turn the Grand Haven Tribune building site into a five-story apartment building.

The site was originally considered by the council at its Sept. 7 meeting. The city decided to rezone the property into a residential zone.

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Vladtheimp

Goodbye the small community of Grand Haven, including destroying the aesthetics of the Community.

No doubt that the new look in Grand Haven will bring in more desperately needed tax dollars to ensure the City will reflect Kenosha.

Are there any height and density regulations in the City, or is it the new Beirut?

Rottweiler

Goodbye Tribune!

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