Housing

Feature Story Renderings for the Eastowne Centre project in Norton Shores.

Norton Shores works to increase housing options


Feature Story Raul Garcia, Homeowner Services Coach with Brittany Rabideau, a future Haven Townhome homeowner.
Feature Story The 2022 Ottawa County DEI Forum was held on Oct. 28. (Nathan Bocks)

Highlights from the 2022 Ottawa County Diversity Forum


Feature Story The Robinson Landing Black Party included a tour of a new home in the Grand Haven neighborhood.
Feature Story Holly Cole is the foundation's vice president of grants and program.

GHACF awards $250K in grants to 5 groups


Feature Story Future residents of the Vista Green neighborhood.
Feature Story A grant was used by Heights of Hope to purchase affordable housing. (CFHZ)
Feature Story A recent study found there are 411,000 fewer available homes for sale for a household earning $75,000 to $100,000 compared to pre-pandemic.
Feature Story Panelist Dale Zahn, Lyn Raymond and Anthony Lambers. (Courtesy)

Momentum Center town hall to explore racism and housing


Feature Story A design illustration of the new building now under construction at 677 Hastings Ave. in Holland. (Courtesy/Midwest Construction)
Feature Story Jubilee Ministries Executive Director Steve Grose and Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Don Wilkinson speak to a crowd before a ceremonial groundbreaking at Park Vista Place, a joint project of the two, on East 40th Street in Holland.

More housing coming to West Michigan, still more needed


Feature Story Vista Green is located at 285 W. 36th St. The joint partnership between Habitat for Humanity and Jubilee Ministries will provide a total of 42 affordable units for home ownership.
Feature Story Dubbed Robinson Landing, the neighborhood is going up just north of the Grand Haven Memorial Airport.
Feature Story Community Action House began construction on its Food Club in March 2021.

Food Club provides dignity in grocery store setting