Nov 23, 2021
MPS board awards bid to demolish State Street building
In a related subject, Sharrow told the Daily News that the request for proposals period for the vacant Eastlawn property has closed. MPS will review proposals that it received from three companies, then interview the companies, and will probably enter into negotiations with one of them about sale of the property for redevelopment, he said.
Jul 29, 2021
Boise Value-Add Multifamily Community Comes Online
Standard Communities, in a partnership with River Caddis Development, has completed its first national ground-up development, the 173-unit Jules on 3rd Apartments in downtown Boise, Idaho.
Apr 9, 2021
West Mich. redevelopment projects awarded $4.6M in state brownfield funding
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy recently awarded $4.6 million in brownfield grants and loans to five redevelopment projects on contaminated properties in West and Southwest Michigan.
Mar 24, 2021
Potential developers share vision for new civic center
Two developers with ties to White Lake presented their concepts for the new civic center at joint meetings between the White Lake Board of Trustees and the Civic Center Development Committee.
Feb 19, 2021
New development brings housing, environmental cleanup to ‘prominent’ Grand Haven property
GRAND HAVEN, MI – After three years of planning, proposals and site preparation, a Grand Haven residential development is set to begin construction in the spring.
Jan 21, 2021
RIVER CADDIS WOULD BUILD APARTMENT COMPLEX DOWNTOWN
River Caddis Development, based in East Lansing, envisions a 124-unit apartment complex on the Maxfield Training Center property in Farmington, a place that “feels like home”.
Jan 15, 2021
Grand Haven gives final approval to planned Peerless Flats development
GRAND HAVEN — A 133-unit condominium and apartment project gained unanimous final site plan approval Tuesday from the Grand Haven City Planning Commission.
Aug 14, 2020
Developer proposes entrepreneurial, office space for city-owned downtown East Lansing properties
EAST LANSING – A local developer wants to transform a property on the edge of downtown East Lansing into entrepreneurial and office space.
River Caddis Development has offered to buy a property at the corner of Evergreen Avenue and Albert Street at the edge of downtown from the city's Downtown Development Authority for $5.5 million.