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REO Town

REO - Photo Dave Trumpie
REO - Photo Dave Trumpie
The car-centric sense of community that built this historic commercial and residential district is alive and well among its alternately practical and whimsical shops, professional buildings, loft apartments, and home-grown pubs and eateries. With easy access to the Lansing River Trail, downtown and the expressway, this attractive stretch of Washington Street south of I-496 has stayed true to its automotive roots while establishing a strong reputation for festivals, events and art sales.

REO Town Features

Lansing rises to the challenge of getting in shape

Metro Lansing Loses a Million gives mid-Michiganders the tools they need get healthy once and for all.

Slowly but surely connecting parks and trails systems in Ingham County

A new director and a new millage will amount to some major changes in Ingham County, like new and more connected systems of trails and parks. Hear more about what the Parks Department has planned.

The truth about my love for Lansing

Capital Gains' Managing Editor isn't a Lansing native. And to be honest, she wasn't a big fan of the city when she first moved here nine years ago. Still, she gets involved, loves what's happening here and is now a huge cheerleader for the entire capital region. This is how she came to #LoveLansing.
 

How smart of a city is Lansing?

As Lansing works to become a smarter city economically, environmentally, and socially - we can't help but wonder just how we are doing compared to the conceptual view of what makes a city smart. 

Choosing Lansing: Emily Dievendorf

Emily Dievendorf is an advocacy driven, social superhero, working to make Michigan a better place for the LGBT community. A lobbyist, and Executive Director of Equality Michigan, she thrives on Lansing and living in a community that shares her vision.
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