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150 apartments planned at former west side Duthler’s grocery store

A metro Detroit developer behind a mixed-use project on Grand Rapids’ north side plans a similar, 150-unit project across the Grand River at the site of a former grocery store on Bridge Street.

JW Marriott Grand Rapids launches $12M complete guest room makeover

The architect on the project is Chicago-based Gensler, and the general contractor is Grand Rapids-based Pinnacle Construction Group.

Long time coming’ Lannings’ restaurant demolition underway for DeVries Jewelry showroom

Construction crews started tearing down the long-vacant, former Lannings’ restaurant on Grand Rapids’ west side on Thursday morning to make way for a new DeVries Jewelry Store Inc. showroom.

Partners break ground on state’s first multifamily passive housing project

Pinnacle Construction Group has started building what will be the first multifamily certified passive housing development in the state of Michigan.

State approves $3M in incentives, loan for 72-unit Creston project

A state board has approved more than $3 million in loans and tax incentives to support the development of a 72-unit, mixed-use project in Grand Rapids’ Creston neighborhood.

Grand Rapids approves incentives for affordable homeownership project

Nonprofit housing developer Dwelling Place has secured enough fundraising and incentive support to ensure all 42 homes planned at a Grand Rapids project will be sold under a community land trust model.

DeVries Jewelers plans to redevelop west side Grand Rapids eyesore

DeVries Jewelers plans to tear down the abandoned Lannings’ restaurant on Grand Rapids’ west side to make way for a new storefront for the fourth-generation, family-owned jewelry retailer.

Koeze, Schuil Coffee join forces

Koeze Knapp’s Corner plans to open Schuil Coffee full-service coffee bar Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 1971 E. Beltline Ave. NE, Suite 101.

Ottawa County eyes helping fund affordable housing developments in two cities

HOLLAND, MI – Ottawa County leaders have given initial approval to helping fund two proposed affordable housing developments totaling 99 apartments.

World Renew opens new headquarters

A West Michigan nonprofit opened a new global headquarters in Byron Center.

Remembering Floyd Wilson Jr.

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Floyd Wilson Jr., a married father of three and community advocate who served as chief development officer at Pinnacle Construction Group, died March 15 of heart complications.

Samaritas lands $1M in grants for senior living projects

Mercantile Bank of Michigan helped Samaritas Affordable Living secure grants totaling almost $1 million for a pair of senior living projects in the state.

Cedar Animal Hospital Expanding

Pet care has become a priority for many people during the pandemic, but getting immediate care can be difficult right now. To address the backlog, one West Michigan animal hospital is expanding in a major way.

Natural Choice Foods opens new $15M headquarters in Marne

An overstock and closeout food buyer invested $15 million to relocate its headquarters to Marne in a move expected to create 40 jobs.

Pinnacle Construction hires chief development officer

Pinnacle Construction Group recently hired Floyd Wilson Jr., Ph.D, as its new chief development officer.

Pinnacle Construction breaks ground on industrial building

Pinnacle Construction Group announced it has begun construction on a new ground-up industrial development in Walker.

Nonprofit converts historic seminary into senior living space

After nearly a year of development, Samaritas has opened the Senior Affordable Living Community and West Michigan Child and Family Campus, located on the former grounds of the historic St. Joseph Seminary in Grand Rapids.

Discount grocery Daily Deals coming to Muskegon

A Daily Deals Food Outlet, boasting low food prices on brand name items, is coming to the Muskegon area later this year.

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Commercial real estate market continues to flourish

As the retail, office and industrial sectors continue to thrive, the tenants of those buildings also are looking to grow. Michael Garrett, president of Pinnacle Construction Group, said more people are leasing space.

Christian agency to buy building to house refugee children seeking asylum

Bethany Christian Services is moving to purchase a former charter school building on Grand Rapids' Southeast Side to use as a transitional shelter for unaccompanied minors entering the U.S. seeking asylum.

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