East Lansing's DDA will likely wait for Council to act on the Royal Vlahakis proposal for the Evergreen properties before it votes whether to invite proposals from other developers. ELi's Chris Root reports.
MDOT is set to spend $300,000 along Michigan Avenue, west of Harrison Road, in conjunction with the big sewer project there. An open-house on Thursday provides residents and businesses an opportunity to learn more and weigh in.
With all the problems at The Hub, why would City Council ever approve another project from Core Spaces? In a word, money. ELi brings a report on the residents' complaints, the company's defense, and the Council's response.
Tonight’s “discussion-only” meeting of East Lansing’s City Council is showing a pretty packed agenda, including a number of items that have caused a lot of discussion around town. Here’s a preview from ELi.
The lawyer for the eBay auction winner says the $12 million listing is aimed at "investors and non-traditional financiers." Documents obtained via FOIA suggest interest in a quick flip, and possibly a lower cost for environmental cleanup than the City has suggested.
The marijuana industry player who just bought East Lansing's public land on Merritt Road for $1 million via an eBay auction is now listing it for sale for $12 million. ELi's Alice Dreger reports on what we know.
East Lansing's Downtown Development Authority voted 7-4 today to end developers' Royal Vlahakis's exclusive redevelopment deal on the Evergreen Avenue properties. ELi's Chris Root explains the votes and tells you what comes next.
Today was supposed to be an organized move-in day at The Hub. But with the Certificate of Occupancy from the City of East Lansing’s Building Department not being issued until the afternoon, things got a little crazy by evening.