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  • Redeveloping Kingsley

    Redeveloping KingsleyOctober 12, 2015By Beth Milligan A thriving downtown with a well-balanced mix of shopping, dining, housing and commercial development. It’s a vision many communities have for their core districts – and a vision leaders are hoping to pursue in Kingsley. With the youngest residential ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on October 12, 2015
  • Downtown Traverse City Living Demand Spurs Building Boom

    Downtown Living Demand Spurs Building BoomOctober 13, 2014By Lynn Geiger Downtown Travese City is experiencing a building boom --driven by strong demand for residential living in the downtown district. In the last two weeks alone two developments held groundbreaking ceremonies – and together will add close to 40 ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on October 13, 2014
  • Traverse City Real Estate Market YTD Stats

    The Traverse City area real estate market continues to rebound well and continues to be in great demand , especially the under 250,000 price points....the lower the price point the more demand which is driving inventory down and prices up. Great news if you are a seller, not so great news if you're the buyer. Single family home listings ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on September 9, 2014
  • Century 21 Northland Announces Northport Office

    Century 21 Northland Announces Northport OfficePosted on July 8, 2014 by Century 21 Northland TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan – July 8, 2014 – Century 21 Northland is pleased to announce plans to open its newest office in the Village of Northport. The new location will be company’s third real estate office in Leelanau County, ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on August 4, 2014
  • Funding Loss Halts Depot Development- Traverse City

    Funding Loss Halts Depot DevelopmentMay 14, 2014By Beth Milligan A surprise decision by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) to "non renew" a $300,000 grant for the HomeStretch Nonprofit Housing Corporation could put a halt on the organization's development within downtown TC's Depot ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on May 14, 2014
  • New Development Could Bring Public Restrooms-Downtown Traverse City

    New Development Could Bring Public RestroomsApril 15, 2014By Lynn Geiger A proposed development on Park Street could bring to downtown Traverse City something it’s never had and desperately needs: public restrooms. Developer Jerry Snowden tells The Ticker he has a plan in the works for an addition to Radio Centre II ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on April 15, 2014
  • Traverse City in Top 5 Small Towns to Visit

    5 Midwestern Small Towns to Visit Now Posted by Kristine Hansen on August 16, 2013 at 11:34:07 AM EDT | Post a Comment Native Midwesterners often joke about "the six weeks of summer," but the season of warmth actually stretches much longer than this, and one thing is for certain: towns in the Heartland celebrate ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on August 20, 2013
  • East, West Bayfronts In Transition

    August 12, 2013By Al Parker Major changes are underway along both East and West arms of Grand Traverse Bay. While visible progress is underway on the Acme Shoreline Park, another waterfront project is quietly moving closer to reality in Greilickville. The plan calls for the development of the township’s M-22 ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on August 12, 2013
  • Inside the Clinch Park Revitalization- Traverse City

    April 29, 2013By Beth Milligan A nearly $3 million renovation of Clinch Park in downtown Traverse City is just weeks away from completion, with a targeted June 25 public ribbon cutting ceremony set to open the park. The project is being funded by tax increment financing funds (TIF) from both the City and the Downtown Development Authority ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on April 29, 2013
  • Traverse City Neighborhoods Get Local, Vocal

    By Beth Milligan When contentious issues come before the Traverse City Commission – be they granny flats, street repairs or urban beekeeping – commissioners often rely on public input to guide their approach in shaping new city policy. But in recent years, some voices have become particularly influential in the local political ...
    Posted to Traverse City Real Estate Blog (Weblog) by 193949 on April 23, 2013
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