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Schor Is Looking for A Developer to Help Renovate Lansing City Hall

Mayor Andy Schor of Lansing is restarting plans to relocate, renovate, or rebuild City Hall, as well as identify a new location for 54A District Court and the Lansing Police Department. Schor’s office issued a broad request for proposals yesterday afternoon, looking for a developer to “relocate” City Hall, the courtrooms, and the Police Department …

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On A Vacant Lot in West Lansing, A Home Complex Might Be Built

It is possible that development will take place on a long-vacant land on Lansing’s west side. A Massachusetts corporation is interested in purchasing the city-owned land and converting it into affordable housing. Gryphon Group LLC is interested in purchasing a parcel from the city for $200,000 near the intersection of Hillsdale Street and Martin Luther …

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Lansing Mayor Looks Back On Economy, Hopes for Growth in 2022

Many local officials were concerned about the economy in 2021, and this was a major source of anxiety. As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has stated that more has to be done to assist companies in surviving the epidemic. As we enter the year 2022, the mayor stated …

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In 2022, These Are Five Greater Lansing Entrepreneurs to Keep an Eye On

Greater Lansing’s corporate scene has evolved since the outbreak, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Lansing Area Economic Partnership’s vice president of entrepreneurship and innovation, Joe Carr, reports an increase in entrepreneurial activity. It’s almost the same as the last five years. “People had to look at what they can accomplish or develop …

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A Lansing Small Business Owner Welcomes the Pandemic Challenge

Restaurants have not fared well in Omicron, with three-quarters of those surveyed reporting that business circumstances are worse now than they were three months ago. Following the reporting of over 26,000 COVID-19 instances over the course of a few days, more than 80 percent of Michigan eateries have experienced a reduction in demand in recent …

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A Coffee Business in Lansing Has Been Awarded a Michigan Grant, Allowing It to Open Two Outlets

The uniqueness of a locally operated coffee business cannot be overstated. Local coffee shops just have a distinct flavor that you won’t find anyplace else in the world. Unexpectedly famous Michigan coffeehouse Strange Matter Coffee in Lansing is preparing for an even bigger year in 2022. The business was forced to close in March 2020, …

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