Tag: traverse city development

Traverse City New Businesses

Marshes To Open New Restaurant By Beth Milligan | May 29, 2018 Dan and Pam Marsh, owners of Red Ginger, have purchased the Garfield Center retail strip center, and plan to open a restaurant there this fall. The… Read More

Housing Coming To Thirteenth Street?

Housing Coming To Thirteenth Street? June 9, 2017 By Beth Milligan A $700,000 purchase offer for a vacant Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) lot on Thirteenth Street could bring new housing to the corridor – though TCAPS… Read More

$10M Development Proposed For Eighth Street

By Beth Milligan A proposed new $10 million development could bring 60,000 square feet of retail, office and residential space, three new public kayak launches and a second Higher Grounds café location to Eighth Street in Traverse City…. Read More

Traverse City – What’s Next For Affordable Housing?

By Beth Milligan A new report by the Traverse City Housing Commission reflects a multi-year waiting list for low-income and affordable housing units in the city – and an uphill battle facing local entities trying to bring more… Read More

Traverse City Development – 60 Feet Or Less…What Next?

60 Feet Or Less…What Next? November 10, 2016 By Beth Milligan Following Tuesday’s passing of Proposition 3 – an amendment to Traverse City’s charter requiring a public vote on buildings over 60 feet – city staff and commissioners… Read More

TCAPS Preps Property Plans

TCAPS Preps Property Plans August 9, 2016 By Beth Milligan From the reconstruction of Eastern Elementary School to consideration of a donor’s offer to keep Old Mission Peninsula School open to the sale of the former Long Lake… Read More

Will Traverse City Build Boardman Lake Avenue?

Will City Build Boardman Lake Avenue? June 8, 2016 By Beth Milligan To build or not to build a road connecting Fourteenth Street to Eighth Street: That is the question. It’s one city commissioners have long discussed –… Read More