Franklin & Eastern

Heartside

Eastown

West Leonard

Michigan Street

Franklin & Eastern

Burton Heights

Division South

West Fulton

Alger Heights

Grandville Ave

Stockbridge

Wealthy Street

Creston

Madison Square

East Fulton

Neighborhood Ventures (NV) works with neighborhood business districts to help them become self-sustaining and vibrant. A neighborhood business district is a concentration of small, independent businesses that draw from the surrounding residential community. NV seeks to ehance and revitalize neighborhood business districts by providing technical assistance and access to practical economic development tools (see Projects and Programs) through partnering with other area organizations and community stakeholders.

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North Quarter CID Board Meeting

North Quarter CID Board Meeting

February 18, 2016

North Quarter Corridor Improvement Authority Meeting will meet promptly at 8:30 am.

This meeting is open to the public and takes place at Culver CPA...

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WestSide CID Meeting

WestSide CID Meeting

March 04, 2016

The WestSide Corridor Improvment Authority meeting will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.

Complete agendas can be downloaded here...

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WestSide CID Meeting

WestSide CID Meeting

April 01, 2016

The WestSide Corridor Improvment Authority meeting will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.

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Award- Winning Neighborhood Businesses to Visit

Award- Winning Neighborhood Businesses to Visit

January 16, 2016

The holiday season is the perfect time to get familiar with new businesses in and around your neighborhood.

Last month Neighborhood Ventures and the Neighborhood Business Alliance celebrated local businesses during the Annual Neighborhood Business Awards. Ninety businesses out of nearly 1,700 located in 20 districts were celebrated at the event that took place at Wealthy Theatre. Mayor George Heartwell and members of the Grand Rapids City Commission presented the awards to the finalist in more than a dozen categories. Businesses were recognized for notable neighborhood economic development successes, being new additions to neighborhoods, and their investment and commitment to the community.

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Economic Gardening

Economic Gardening

March 21, 2015

Mark Lewis, President and CEO of Neighborhood Ventures, talks about outcomes of the Economic Gardening Program.

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Spreading the business from one neighborhood district to the next. Exciting news!

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