One of the important missions of the Land Policy Institute is to share knowledge from research and outreach with broad audiences to help them solve existing problems and prevent future ones.
The Kent County Land Bank Authority did more than save land, it helped generate $42.9 million in the county during the past four years and was responsible for 266 jobs in the same period.
Findings from an internal investigation by the Kent County Land Bank authority were released this week, and the study's conclusions were welcome news to county officials.
Kent County Treasurer Ken Parrish, chairman of the Kent County Land Bank Authority, said there always will be a role for the Kent County Land Bank, which puts blighted and abandoned property back on the market.
The Kent County Land Bank has generated an economic impact of $42.9 million over the past four years, according to a study by Michigan State University Land Policy Institute.
Over the last four years, the Kent County Land Bank Authority generated $42.9 million in estimated economic impact and 266 jobs in Kent County, according to an economic impact analysis by the MSU Land Policy Institute released today.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and its partners are hosting the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference May 31-Jun. 2, 2017, at the Cobo Center in Detroit.
Faculty in the MSU Land Policy Institute and the School of Planning, Design and Construction recently completed a study on a new Integrated Asset Management model that focuses on neglected infrastructure and vacant properties in legacy cities.
The Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council (Mid-MEAC) is hosting their next monthly Land Use Lunch Series event at noon on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, at the Michigan Municipal League office in Lansing.
Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing and Michigan State University Land Policy Institute are pleased to release the results of a seven-year study.
The Land Policy Institute is partnering with Networks Northwest to develop a regional services recommendation report outlining state-ï¿½funded services and programs and identify state-ï¿½regional partnerships.
The Land Policy Insitute was hard at work in 2014 seeking funding for valuable initiatives with MSU and stakeholder partners, which resulted in more than $1 million in new grants and contracts for 2015.
This year, the Institute's contribution to research and outreach efforts have ranged widely to include such topics as placemaking, regionalism, economic development, corridor improvement and improving water quality in the Great Lakes, among others.
A report detailing the views and values of placemaking in Michigan, the Midwest and the nation is now available from the MSU Land Policy Institute (LPI).
The 27th Annual UM/ULI Real Estate Forum--a statewide real estate networking and educational event--took place in Lansing, Michigan, Nov. 20-21, 2013.
Graebert framed her lecture around the notion of how and why the Millennial Generation will change the future of the Built Environment in America as we know it.
The Conference on the Constructed Environment took place in Lisbon, Portugal, Oct. 4-5, 2013.
Successful real estate development includes successful placemaking.
The Ingham County Land Bank and the Michigan State University Land Policy Institute have released the results of a study examining the economic impacts of the Land Bank.
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority hosted the 15th annual Building Michigan Communities Conference (formerly known as the Michigan Conference on Affordable Housing) April 29-May 1, 2013, in downtown Lansing.