Construction will begin for both developments in 2019.
The developers have proposed a 26-condominium development comprised of 13 buildings along 152nd Avenue, just south of Groesbeck Street.
The new building will be located in the space of the former Harbourfront Hobbies & Crafts at 707 Washington Ave., which was demolished in January 2017.
Developers from Capstone Companies are waiting for the go-ahead to begin work on a new four-unit, brownstone-style residential project that will be built on the northeast corner of that intersection.
Demolition permits have been issued for the new development, and work has started on the removal of the existing buildings.
Village at Rosy Mound seeks PUD amendment to allow school district to build driveway.
The Township Board approved the planned unit development for Robbins Centre Pointe on Monday night by a 5-0 vote.
City Council on Monday night unanimously approved the rezoning of the property at 1223 S. Harbor Ave. to planned development in order to facilitate the reconstructed restaurant space.
A new apartment complex is in the planning stages on the south side of Robbins Road, just east of 172nd Avenue, but Grand Haven Township officials say the developer’s plans have changed since an initial review last year.
SPRING LAKE — A dilapidated house at 104 E. Savidge St. was demolished in recent days to make way for a new Spring Lake Family Dentistry building.
The city and township planning commissions met Tuesday night to learn more about new developments proposed along Robbins Road in the township.
Based on township estimates released earlier this month, it’s thought that the population has increased to about 17,208 residents, an increase of about 2,030 since the 2010 Census.
Developers hope to change the type of housing development they’re putting in on a 1.56-acre parcel along the east side of Third Street, just north of Jackson Street, in Grand Haven’s Old Town neighborhood.
Reenders Inc. and Heritage Property Management Inc. recently broke ground on The Village at Rosy Mound, a senior housing development on Rosy Mound Drive in Grand Haven Township.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday conditionally approved a planned unit development request from developers Ciena Healthcare for the proposed Regency at Grand Haven.