Reuse / Rebuild

Just because a space has been abandoned does not mean it is no longer useful. Entrepreneurs, artists, city officials, activists and neighbors, with the right amount of ambition and innovation, can take vacant spaces and turn them into opportunities. By transforming what we already have into sustainable properties, we revitalize neighborhoods and stimulate local economies.
The Kelsey Block today

The Kelsey Block in downtown Three Rivers to undergo renovation

Heritage Hall

WMU readies Heritage Hall for grand re-opening

Open Roads

Big changes at Open Roads and some big shoes to fill

Riverview Launch

Community rallies around Riverview Launch project


Kalamazoo explores steps to build housing market

Design program underway

Two businesses receive design services in Three Rivers

Heritage Tower

Heritage Tower plans move forward in Battle Creek

Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Culture Is Not Optional explores many ways to build community

Arts and  craft Participant Ronald Thayer with Jim Pearl

Community Inclusive Recreation: Taking inclusion downtown

Former KCF space available

Kalamazoo Community Foundation's former space now for rent downtown

Mural Mall

Three Rivers builds its downtown with Main Street initiative

Totem at Jackson St, Battle creek

ArtSensical finds ways to paint the town and create colorfully


Second chances for the two- and four-legged

Riverview Launch

One idea leads to another at Riverview Launch

Battle Creek Downtown 01

New initiative in place to revitalize downtown Battle Creek

Land Bank 01

Space available for businesses that promote foot traffic

Old House_01

Old House Network gets ready for great unveiling

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