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


Feature Story Ottawa County United Way President Patrick Moran meets with other nonprofit leaders to discuss how to meet community needs.
Feature Story Rosa Chaidez wants to find affordable housing for her family.

Lakeshore housing initiatives focus on ‘missing middle’


Feature Story Refresh is a collaboration between Community Action House and the First United Methodist Church of Holland and offers a hot shower, meal, and zero judgement.

Refresh celebrates two years with expansion


Feature Story Magnus Capital Partners' development in Holland Township on Felch Street will also see a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments on an 8-acre site.

Developer builds with ‘missing middle’ workforce in mind


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.

Jubilee, Habitat break ground on mixed-income neighborhood


Feature Story Julie Cadman and her three children will finally move into their Habitat home soon.

Bank teams with Habitat to beat COVID delays on Hamilton home


Feature Story Kevin Foster started Capital for Compassion in 2004.
Feature Story The Morales family rode on the Lakeshore Habitat parade float down Columbia Avenue to their new home at 132 E. 37th St., where an outdoor dedication was held.
Feature Story A new program is providing $60 million in coronavirus relief funds to prevent homelessness statewide by paying back rent to landlords.
Feature Story This city-owned land next to the Grand Haven airport could be developed into a 32-house neighborhood.