The redevelopment concept known as Park Place has headed in a direction we’ve never seen before – with a complex and exclusive Purchase & Sale Agreement being negotiated before the project has even been formally proposed. What's going on?
Looks like a call for proposals is going to go out to developers interested in doing the next big redevelopment project downtown. Why does the owner of Dublin Square want to skip that step? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
Local developer Paul Vlahakis wants to build a major new redevelopment just west of Abbot Road, including a 12-screen movie theater, automated parking, and lots of apartments. And he wants to move fast. ELi's Chris Root reports.
East Lansing government regularly experiences vacancies on volunteer City boards and commissions. ELi's Jessy Gregg explains an array of the City's volunteer boards and commissions, and tells you how to apply.
The Hannah Community Center is on the list of possible budget cuts for Council's consideration. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports on the history of the center, what it provides and costs, and what closing it would mean.
An ELHS freshman's essay on why he sits out the National Anthem is spurring a city-wide discussion on racism in East Lansing. What is student Alex Hosey specifically asking of the School District and the Mayor?
East Lansing and mid-Michigan residents can get a glimpse at the newly adapted, and historically preserved Liberty Hyde Bailey Center when the partners behind the project cut the ribbon and host an open house on Thursday, Nov. 2.
Demolition of the derelict “big bank building” started earlier than scheduled when, last night, a driver who may have been drunk plowed into the building. When is the real demo happening? We have the details.
City Council and DRW/Convexity have reached a deal on the Park District redevelopment proposal. We bring you the details, including on the $19.6 million tax deal, and explain why the redevelopment isn't a sure thing just yet.
With tensions running high over the issue, Planning Commission heard comment both for and against the proposal to build a three-story-tall sorority house on the southeast corner of Harrison Road and Grand River in the Collegeville Historic District.