GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -- Grand Rapids cut the ribbon on the second phase of a project in the Madison Square neighborhood Friday.
LINC Community Revitalization held an open house for its $13 million Southtown Square development in the 400 block of Hall Street SE.
The four-story complex features 24 apartments, as well as commercial space for businesses or non-profit organizations.
LINC's Darel Ross says this project was designed to make Madison Square stronger for the future.
"This area has always been vibrant; it's always been thriving. Hopefully, now LINC is able to better connect the community to opportunities, whether that's economic development, whether it's stable housing. For us, it's really about building the strength of the neighborhood."
All but three of the new apartments are filled, and two of the four commercial spaces are leased.