Plaza Roosevelt

Grand Rapids’ $40 million Plaza Roosevelt is a mixed-use “Neighborhood-Driven Development” taking shape on the City of Grand Rapids’ southwest end of town. Included is affordable housing that Habitat Kent claims is unlike anything it has ever done before.

City Commission approves Plaza Roosevelt site plans

Feb 21, 2018


Grand Rapids southwest side neighborhood Roosevelt Park will soon get a major facelift, as City Commissioners Tuesday approved plans for "Plaza Roosevelt." It’s a nearly 6 acre development that includes health care facilities, venues for arts and culture, retail space and a new $20 million Grand Rapids Public Schools dual immersion high school.

The site plan for Grand Rapids’ $40 million Plaza Roosevelt is unveiled. WGVU takes a look at the details

When completed, Plaza Roosevelt will be a mixed-use development situated on two Grand Rapids city blocks on the east side of Grandville Avenue between Graham and Franklin Streets. 

What has been four years in the making and dubbed a $40 million “Neighborhood-Driven Development,” Habitat for Humanity of Kent County is taking the lead.