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Downtown Business District

Downtown Business DistrictThe Downtown Business District is a prime location for commercial and residential developments. It's located in the west-central part of the city along the banks of the Grand River, which meets the Red Cedar River at Malcom X Street. Downtown Lansing is primarily home to Michigan's state government and three colleges: Lansing Community College, Davenport University, and Cooley Law School; and also contains sports facilities, museums, entertainment and retail, and a growing residential population.

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Urban Playzone

North Cedar-Larch Corridor

Urban Playzone DistrictThe Urban Playzone is a robust neighborhood for mixed-use investments. This prospering region features The Stadium District, an entertainment district located directly across Michigan Avenue from Cooley Law School Stadium, with innovative mixed-use buildings, local restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues.

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The Industrial Gateway of Lansing

North Grand River Corridor

North Grand River CorridorThe Industrial Gateway of Lansing is the prime region for industrial and mixed-use commercial investments. Located in an all access airport business park in the North Grand River Corridor with city limits defining its north and western borders, this part of the city includes moderate-density residential areas and some green areas.

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Alfresco District

South Cedar Corridor-West I96

Alfresco DistrictThe Alfresco District is supreme for mixed-use urban developments. It's home to some of the most unique events in the city. Aside from its diverse and traditional restaurant scene, this district is a major shopping destination in the city.

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The Southside

South Martin Luther Kind Jr. BLVD Corridor - Southwest Lansing

Southside DistrictThe Southside District offers immense opportunities for residential and commercial real estate. The Southside, usually described as the neighborhoods located south of the Grand and Red Cedar rivers and the I-496 freeway, is physically the largest and most populous side of the city.

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Site Profiles

Logan Square

Logan Square Property ProfileLogan Square Property is located in the Southside District. The district is located south of the Grand and Red Cedar Rivers and the I-496 freeway. It is physically the largest and most populous side of the city. The area is largely residential in nature and is served by numerous commercial strips.

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K-Mart

K-Mart Property ProfileK-Mart property is located in the Alfresco District. The district is located in the South Cedar Corridor, west to I-96. The property is at a prime location with its frontage on South Cedar Street just south of Downtown Lansing. South Cedar is a major north-south retail corridor serving South Lansing with Big Box retailers like Meijer, Lowes, Same's Club, Target, and Menard's.

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Contact

Anum Mughal
Economic-Corridor Development Specialist
anum@purelansing.com
(517) 702-3387 ext. 212

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