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Downtown Lansing Area Insight

  • Kelly Hude
    RE/MAX Real Estate Professionals
    The Michigan State Capital building is the third capital building in our state. When the state capital was moved from Detroit to Lansing a temporary capital building was built. The permanent capital building was built by architect Elijah E Myers from 1872-1878 in the Renaissance or Classic Revival style. The building was one of the first state capitals to be adorned by a beautiful cast iron dome. Inside the main floor rotunda is a beautiful and impressive view of the dome’s ornate interior. The building opened January 1st of 1879 and has been in use since.

    Located in the heart of Lansing, business and commerce has grown around the capital. Lansing flourishes with many festivals, parades and events.
  • Faith Steller
    RE/MAX Real Estate Professionals
    If you're looking for a lively downtown feel, you have found it. Downtown Lansing is the place to be and has everything from dining, shopping and entertainment. So many great events happen in the Downtown Lansing area including: Be A Tourist in Your Own Town, Easter Egg Hunt on Capital Lawn, The Capital City Film Festival, Crosstown Showdown (starts off baseball season for the Lugnuts), Beerfest at the Ballpark, Adopt a River, The Mayors River Walk, Taste of Downtown, The Farmer's Market at the Capital, Trick or Treat on the Square, Sliver Bells in The City, Frost Fest, and so much more.

    In the summer, there are free concerts in Reutter Park at lunchtime across from the downtown library. Enjoy a relaxing hour of live music mixed into the normal work week. From Impressions 5 Science Center to the R.E. Old Transportation Museum all the way to the Lansing City Market, there is something to offer everyone. Lansing is just a great place in Michigan!
  • Downtown Lansing has been through several years of infrastructure improvements and as a result of the attention placed on it and the improvements several large scale opportunities are coming to fruition. Established in 1996, the capital city's Central Business District contains over 1,000 businesses in a 64 block area. The district is bounded by St. Joseph Street on the south, the east side of Capitol Avenue to the west, Larch Street on the east and Shiawassee Street to the north.

    What's the latest commercial real estate development going on downtown? It's the Knapp’s Centre. A $36 million renovation of the former J.W. Knapp’s Department Store at the corner of Washington Square and Washtenaw Street in downtown Lansing. Meridian Township-based Eyde Co. is converting the 1930's art deco building into a mixed-use center with offices, retail space, apartments and a fashion-based small business incubator called The Runway. There are much more exciting things on the horizon for downtown with several new apartments planned as well as many exciting new restaurants.

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