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Lunch and Learn: The Fitzgerald, Downtown Grand Rapids, MI

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Lunch and Learn: The Fitzgerald, Downtown Grand Rapids, MI

Location: 27 Library, across from the Civic Theatre

Date: Thursday, March 8, 2007

Time: 12:00 PM (Noon)

(Lunch provided, Open to the Public)

Subject of Lunch and Learn:

Second Story Properties loves restoring century-old buildings. It is not only our business, it is our passion. We strive to bring back vitality to forgotten neighborhoods and neglected structures.

Every successful renovation improves the surrounding community and us. We're very proud of that and The Fitzgerald is one of those properties.

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Come and join us to learn more about this project, the surrounding community and the vitality of downtown development.

For more information about this Urban Planet event, the Fitzgerald, or any other of our properties please contact Alyssa Ritsema-Johnson at 616.458.5235 or [email protected]. Also, visit our web site at www.secondstoryprop.com.

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Since the building is still under construction, this will be a fascinating tour. I'm assuming we'll be able to see the unfinished portion of the building and learn a bit about the history?

Do we need to RSVP Alyssa?

Other mods, please contact me if you have questions about this topic.

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Lunch and Learn: The Fitzgerald, Downtown Grand Rapids, MI

Location: 27 Library, across from the Civic Theatre

Date: Thursday, March 8, 2007

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Since the building is still under construction, this will be a fascinating tour. I'm assuming we'll be able to see the unfinished portion of the building and learn a bit about the history?

Do we need to RSVP Alyssa?

Other mods, please contact me if you have questions about this topic.

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Yes, thank you Second Story Properties. This is going to be a very impressive building. i absolutely loved the set back balcony. I never would have guessed it was there from street level!

Joe

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