Demolition starts at Haslett Village Square to make way for 132-unit independent senior housing | The Lansing State Journal
News Source: The Lansing State Journal
Demolition for the long-awaited Pine Village project, now christened American House Meridian, is underway.
A chain-link fence has been set up around the perimeter of the demolition zone at Haslett Village Square and the buildings on the west end are coming down to make way for the 132-unit, four-story, mixed-use independent living facility.
“It's going to look very different than what you've ever seen before,” Neighborhoods & Economic Development Director Amber Clark said during a June interview.
Township officials granted initial approvals in April 2019 and the developer received an amendment to the plan last July, she said.
She said although the name has changed the development will still be a 55-plus independent living mixed-use development.
The first floor will have about 7,000 square feet of commercial space and some residential living space. The second through fourth floors will have a mixture of one- and two-bedroom units, she said.
“This senior living community will be a unique concept because the ground floor will include a retail space both catering to American House residents and residents of Meridian Township,” Franco Senior Integrated Communications Specialist Tracy Wolf said in an email on behalf of REDICO.
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