downtown Battle Creek

"Battle Creek has moved forward on a $3.5 million effort to create a three-mile railroad quiet zone in the downtown area. Trains would traverse 11 rail crossings in the city's center without sounding their horns once the city installs advanced crossing barriers." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

"The Grands Rapids developer overseeing the Heritage Tower redevelopment project anticipates beginning rehabilitation of the downtown property in late spring or summer — that is, if the developer can secure the financing and tax credits to finalize construction plans." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

"A year and a half after making changes to local law, food trucks in a portion of downtown Battle Creek seem to be rolling smoothly." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

"The city of Battle Creek may increase the price to park in downtown ramps, potentially generating an additional $80,000 in annual revenue to help fund repairs." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

There’s potential market for some 400 new residential units in downtown Battle Creek in the near future — and about half of those who would fill them already live in the city, according to results of a study presented Thursday. (Battle Creek Enquirer)

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