Third Coast Development, PK Development Group Break Ground on $42M Mixed-Use Project in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Diamond Place will consist of 165 apartment units and ground-floor retail space.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. — Third Coast Development and PK Development Group have broken ground on the $42 million Diamond Place project in Grand Rapids. Diamond Place is a 2.8-acre development that sits on land formerly used by Proos Manufacturing at Michigan Street. The development will offer 165 apartments, consisting of one- and two-bedroom units. Approximately 100 of the units will be designated as income-restricted. Ground-floor retail spaces will also be available. The project is slated for completion in summer 2018. Pioneer Construction is the construction manager and Progressive AE is the architect. Other partners in the project include Michigan Good Food Fund, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Cinnaire, Mercantile Bank, Capital Impact Partners, Michigan Economic Development Corp., Michigan State Housing Development Authority, Opportunity Resource Fund and the City of Grand Rapids.