Grand Rapids have seen significant change over the past 10-15 years and there are no plans for this to end any time soon. Avenue for the Arts and Dwelling Place have been instrumental in changing the face and perception of Downtown's South Division Corridor. Dwelling Place, along with many other organizations have plans in the works to continue to morph and beautify this ever growing city. Read more about significant plans for change in this Rapid Growth Media article by Anna Zentmeyer.
$1.4 M given for low-income housing in Muskegon Heights and Spring Lake, including funding for Dwelling Place's project at the historic Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School in Muskegon Heights. Read the whole story on MLive:
Dwelling Place is hosting one of these youth employees in partnership with Steepletown Neighborhood Services! He will be working and learning skills in the areas of urban landscaping and community gardening!
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The Grand Rapids Community Foundation awarded grants totaling $354,600 to local nonprofit groups that created jobs for 350 low-income youth this summer.
Dwelling Place improves the lives of people by creating quality affordable housing, providing essential support services and serving as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization.