Lakeshore communities look to reshape their formerly industrial waterfronts

Community News |Mar 3, 2019|1 min read

Two lakeshore communities are rethinking how former industrial sites will play a role in future development along their waterfronts.


That’s true in both Holland and Muskegon, two cities in which decommissioned coal-fired power plants could help free up sites for new uses and redevelopment.


As well, both communities follow a string of examples of municipalities paying more attention to how they approach their waterfronts.


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City officials in Holland are taking ideas from the community for possible redevelopment options at the James DeYoung power plant property.