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The town of Lansing, Mich., will be seeing a mini-real estate boom soon thanks to an ambitious new mixed-use project combining residential, office and lodged developments.
According to an Associated Press report, the $380 million Red Cedar Renaissance development will include 129 town homes and Michigan State University student housing to accommodate 1,200 people, along with a pair of hotels, a new medical office building and restaurants.
Joel Ferguson, president of Ferguson Development, is aiming at a June 1 date to begin construction on the project, which could take up to two years to complete.
Ferguson added that the project will also include an outdoor concert pavilion along with ice rinks for Michigan’s wintertime sports enthusiasts and bike trails for those that prefer going outdoors in less chilly weather.