GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. — Harrison Street Social Infrastructure Fund, in partnership with Michigan State University (MSU), has unveiled plans to develop the Doug Meijer Medical Innovation Building at MSU’s Grand Rapids Innovation Park. The park is a research and clinical facility at the university’s health campus in Grand Rapids. The public-private development partnership also includes Murphy Development Group, Walsh Investors and Rockford Construction. Under the arrangement, MSU will retain long-term ownership of the land. The 205,659-square-foot building will be dedicated to research and healthcare innovation as well as the advancement of MSU’s artificial intelligence, bioinformatics and biostatistics departments. MSU, Spectrum Health and BAMF Health will occupy space. Completion is slated for fall 2021.
Harrison Street to Develop 205,659 SF Medical Building in Partnership with Michigan State’s College of Human Medicine