Eydes to move back to Knapp's Centre after historic redevelopment

The Eyde Company is moving back into the building they have redeveloped as part of downtown Lansing's renaissance after 30 years of doing business in Meridian Township. The local developer will occupy 9,000 square feet on the fourth floor on the Knapp's Centre in a space replete with glass, windows and art deco styling consistent with the historic structure.
According to excerpts from the article:
Nick Eyde, George's son, was lead developer on the $36 million Knapp's Centre project. It was the company's first use of various tax-credit and loan programs that made the project feasible.
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