IntegraCore worked with CWD Real Estate Investment and RDV Corporation on the $24 million, 140,000 sq ft adaptive re-use retail/residential project located at 201 Michigan Street in downtown Grand Rapids. This project involves a thorough and complete renovation of the original 1923 Rowe Hotel, a city landmark.
Coopersville District Library
The project included an addition to the north side of the building inclusive of new meeting and library space. More entrances were also added, along with increased barrier-free parking. The porch on the east side of the building was enclosed to create some of the new office and work rooms.
The Dwelling Place
This project involved the transformation of the 90-year old Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School into Roosevelt Apartments, an affordable housing facility in Muskegon, MI. About half of the units will be used for “permanent supportive housing” for homeless or special needs households.
Baldwin Family Health Care
The Baldwin Family Health Care project was a renovation and addition to the existing service medical, dental health care center, and retail pharmacy. The facility offers a variety of services such as internal medicine, digital radiology, women’s health, behavioral health and specialty care.
The Dwelling Place
This project comprises of the transformation of five small buildings Dwelling Place currently owns in the Heartside Neighborhood: Lenox Apartments, Liz’s House, Calumet Flats, Chaffee Apartments, and 344 Commerce. Four of the sites are already functioning apartment buildings, but the Commerce site was previously a commercial building. It requires a complete gut and new parking area before it can be transformed into an apartment complex.
Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management
IntegraCore worked with Northwood University on its new Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management. The new 26,000 sq ft facility was constructed on the northwest side of Northwood’s campus and is utilizing an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) system, which focuses on collaboration between the owner, architect, engineers and construction manager in order to save time and financial resources at the onset of the project.
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