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New stores opening in Meridian Mall

A number of new store have opened in the Meridian Mall, and more will open soon.

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Shoe Carnival Inc., an Evansville, Ind.-based retailer, opened last week inside a 12,150-square-foot space near the Macy’s department store, the mall said. It will have an exterior entrance as well as access from inside the shopping center.

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Whole Foods coming to Lansing area; plans call for 2015 opening

A Whole Foods grocery store will open a new store store near Michigan State University's campus in 2015.

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In its latest quarterly report, Whole Foods Market Inc. said it has already secured a lease. Its newest store will be located at 2758 E. Grand River Ave. in Meridian Township.

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Bar 30 to become Capital Prime steakhouse in September

The new Bar 30 closed last month, but the business will re-open near Eastwood Towne Center by September under a different name and concept.

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Capital Prime will open in The Heights at Eastwood, a $47 million development under construction near the shopping center at U.S. 127 and Lake Lansing Road in Lansing Township. It replaces Bar 30, pegged as an upscale bar before it closed in June after less than a year.

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Lansing Mall site prepped for new cinema

A new movie multiplex will open at Lansing Mall next year.

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The former Mervyns department store wing on the mall’s north side has been demolished to make way for a 12-screen theater from Knoxville, Tenn.-based theater chain Regal Entertainment Group. Construction on the new cineplex could start before winter.

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$3M Program Aims to Boost Mich. Food, Agriculture

Michigan's food and agriculture industry will soon benefit from a $3 million grant program.

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Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Director Jamie Clover Adams this week announced the Strategic Growth Initiative Grant Program, which aims to foster economic opportunities for food processors, agri-business and those in agricultural production.

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Bath Township board approves new library center

The Bath Township Board has approved a new library center in a 2,240-square-foot storefront.

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The vote came after Mercer outlined a 17-month $74,665 budget for the center to the board, something she had been asked to do in June when the committee presented a five-month budget. The figure includes $38,680 in salary and benefits for a certified library technician earning $15 an hour to run the center 30 hours a week.

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DTN favored to develop blighted East Lansing site

East Lansing city administrators have said DTN Management Co. will be the best choice to redevelop a long vacant downtown property.

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The Lansing Township-based rental housing developer won the recommendation of city leaders to redevelop a 2.8-acre stretch of property near the intersection of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road. It was sent to East Lansing City Council members for consideration.

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Sparrow breaks ground on $5.4 million emergency services building in St. Johns

Sparrow Health System has broken ground on a new $5.4 million facility in St. Johns.

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The building will house a state-of-the-art emergency services department for Sparrow Clinton Hospital, 805 S. Oakland St. in St. Johns.

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Red Cedar golf course project progresses

Work continues on the redevelopment plan for the property that was once the home of the Red Cedar Golf Course.

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Developers Chris Jerome and Joel Ferguson aren’t revealing many details, but say they are in talks with unnamed national investors who could finance the proposed Capital Gateway project at the 61-acre Red Cedar Golf Course in Lansing. The project would include student and professional housing, dining and entertainment venues and recreation activities and cost upward of $100 million by the time it’s completed.

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Michigan Avenue: Connecting the corridor

The Michigan Avenue corridor has been under redevelopment for some time, with lots of room to continue growing.

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Some areas, such as the Stadium District near the Capitol, have been reinvigorated, with adult stores and bars razed and replaced with a baseball stadium, new apartments and condos, restaurants and updated streetscapes. Others are a tired mix of small business storefronts and houses. Still others have taken on a suburban look, with strip malls and parking lots dotting the landscape.

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English Inn begins $550,000 expansion

Eaton Rapids' English Inn is now under construction, beginning a major expansion.
 
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Nelson, whose family bought the inn at 677 S. Michigan Road in 1996, wanted to add to the operation in 2007, building more cottages on the property. But the economy soured, leaving the English Inn with two existing cottages that sit beside the 1927 Tudor Revival house and expansion plans on hold.

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Upscale thrift store opens in Lansing Twp.

The Lansing City Rescue Mission has opened a new upscale thrift store.

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The store, which carries a blend of quality new and used merchandis, will help supply the Mission’s guests with items they might need - food, shelter, hygiene products and clothing. The money also enables staff to meet their operational expenses and purchase needed items that aren’t often donated.

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Emergent BioSolutions wraps work on new building

Emergent BioSolutions has finished their $9.6 million development of a new administration building.

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The three-story, 32,000-square-foot building includes modern offices, conference rooms, a workout facility and dining space in a design that suits Emergent’s culture, company officials said.

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Former East Lansing Barnes & Noble store being renovated

The former Barnes & Noble location in East Lansing is undergoing renovated for office use.

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A demolition permit was issued within the last few weeks for the building at 333 E. Grand River Ave., said Tim Dempsey, East Lansing’s planning, building and development director. An application was filed by Holt contractor Moore Trosper Construction Co. Officials with the construction firm could not be reached for comment Wednesday.

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E.L. Planning Commission to develop apartments

The East Lansing Planning Commission approved an application to convert an extended stay hotel at 1600 E. Grand River Ave. into apartments.
 
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The current property, composed of three two-story buildings and a one-story maintenance building, was built in 1984 based on a site plan approval from 1982. It is currently branded as Gatehouse Suites but was once a Residence Inn.

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