The City of East Lansing has partnered with NAI Mid-Michigan to market 26.83 acres of commercial land in East Lansing, Michigan’s Northern Tier.
The property is located at Coleman and West roads along the southern border of Clinton and Ingham counties. This is the center of what is referred to as East Lansing’s Northern Tier, where the majority of the city’s vacant land is located.
Following years of planning and partnerships with surrounding jurisdictions, land in this area is now ready for gateway development.
The 26.83 acres are immediately adjacent to the Coleman Road extension. The property is zoned for office uses and master-planned for a broad range of future land uses to promote expansion of the city’s employment industry and employment clusters. Future land uses range from multi-story office buildings, research laboratories, medical facilities, seniors living, assisted living, indoor recreation, shopping centers and warehousing and manufacturing.
The city took ownership of the land through foreclosure and is ready to sell the land. NAI Mid-Michigan and the city are coordinating marketing efforts.
NAI Mid-Michigan’s Jeff Shapiro and Dave Robinson are working with the city to facilitate its desire to parcel off and sell the property.