Two developers are working out the details of a proposed eight story mixed use building on the corner of Grove Street and Albert Avenue in East Lansing.
According to excerpts from the article:
David Krause, the developer of the proposed building that would be adjacent to the Grove Street Parking Garage, said the bottom floor of the building would be zoned for commercial use and could house the city’s proposed restaurant incubator. The upper seven floors would be primarily two-bedroom, 1,100-square-foot apartments with one and a half bathrooms and will be available on a rental basis.
“We’ve been thinking about this for a long, long time now,” said Krause, who—along with partner Douglas Cron—developed Albert Place Condominiums
and Stonehouse Village in downtown East Lansing. “(East Lansing city officials) asked us to redevelop the corner, and we thought, ‘Well, we’ll get a plan going.’”
A submitted site plan will go before the East Lansing Planning Commission at its March 10 meeting.
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