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New Site Plan for Greenville's Former Electrolux Property

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Ok so I managed to get on the city's website and found the information on the selling of the Electrolux land. As discussed earlier Delta Properties purchased the 400k sq ft building on top of an additional 15ish acres. The site plan details how the details will lay out.

I actually took the site plan rendering and cleaned it up a bit so you can read it better.

First - An aerial shot of the property:

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And the Site Plan:

electrositeplan.jpg

I know it is kind of small to see - but you can click here to view the PDF of the sale (includes a few pics of the warehouse building as well)

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and I also want to add a good luck to those condos getting built because the ones that they are building now all over town are NOT selling at all. Some have been sitting there idle for a couple years now. Some are even starting to do the rent to lease option.

I really think (since it is high density residential) that they should put some apartment complexes in there - or at least a mix of apartment and condos (or maybe even townhomes).

And maybe this is my personal preference - but I would not want to buy a condo that is in between an industrial building and a dumpy consumer's energy station. That may be a more suitable place to put an apartment - or something else non-residential.

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That should not come as a surprise that the condos up there are not doing well. Housing follows jobs, not the other way around. With Montcalm County's 12% unemployment rate, they should concentrate on getting some jobs-producing employers at that site. It would be financial suicide to put up residential in Greenville right now.

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That should not come as a surprise that the condos up there are not doing well. Housing follows jobs, not the other way around. With Montcalm County's 12% unemployment rate, they should concentrate on getting some jobs-producing employers at that site. It would be financial suicide to put up residential in Greenville right now.

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