The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality provided financial incentives and technical assistance to help the City of Grand Rapids clean up and safely reuse a contaminated property that had been populated with blighted manufacturing buildings and warehouses. The area is now home to the city’s Downtown Market, a collection of food vendors, restaurants, demonstration kitchens and a greenhouse in an inviting, environmentally friendly building.
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