Developer breaks ground on new mixed-used facility in East Lansing

Construction began in early October on a $2.8 million development dubbed Element 903 that will bring first floor retail topped by three floors of 18 upscale student apartments to a repurposed site across from the campus of Michigan State University. 
According to excerpts from the article:
"Each of the apartments will have two bedrooms and two full bathrooms with an open floor plan, European kitchen, granite counter tops and a washer and dryer, said Kincaid Henry Building Group Inc., which is collaborating with owners Rich Foster and Cynthia Harmon on the project. …
"City officials said the development, which was approved in November 2013, will remove an outmoded building and strengthen the Michigan Avenue/Grand River Avenue corridor."
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