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Kalamazoo Multi-Use Development Groundbreaking

Hinman & AVB Inc. are proud to announce the groundbreaking of its latest joint venture project, a dynamic, four story, multi-use development that will bring 135 new residential units and new retail space to Downtown Kalamazoo! Story via MLive –


Greenspire Apartments Now Open

Last weekend, residents began moving into the newly constructed phase of Greenspire apartments on Centre Avenue in Portage, MI. The apartments have incredible views perched above the forest with amenities that include fitness, in unit washer/dryers, garages, outdoor pool, tennis, basketball, volleyball, trails and more. Eat at Breakfast at Tiffany’s, collaborate over coffee at Biggby, shop at Stick n Stones, or have a great meal…


Developer Begins Apartment Project

A developer is building 20 apartments in the downtown of a lakeshore city. Portage-based Hinman said last week it has begun work on Terrace Plaza Apartments on the top two floors of the Terrace Plaza office building in Muskegon, at 316 Morris Ave. The project should be completed next summer. The project is expected to cost $1.7 million, according to City of Muskegon documents. The…


Life Up High – Skyrise apartment perches on top, but sits in the middle of city action

Hinman Company - Skyrise Apartments

KALAMAZOO – The Rev. Robert “Bob” R. Gepert, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan and his wife, Anne Labat-Gepert, owner of Liturgical Threads, have had a bird’s-eye view of hawks and falcons since they moved into Skyrise Luxury Apartments in downtown Kalamazoo in June 2009. Their 1,585-square-foot apartment, on the top residential floor of the Skyrise Center, overlooks the city, providing panoramic views…


Portage City Council Approves Rezoning for Massive Expansion of Greenspire Apartments

PORTAGE — The developers of a proposed multi-million-dollar project to expand the Greenspire Apartments and build new offices and retail along West Centre Avenue won approval from the Portage City Council on Tuesday to rezone the land. Following a nearly two hour public hearing, the council voted unanimously to rezone the entire 95-acre site to “planned development,” clearing the way for an additional 308 apartments…