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Kristopher M. Larson

President and Chief Executive Officer

Downtown Grand Rapids Inc

HQ Phone:  (616) 719-4610

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Downtown Grand Rapids Inc

29 Pearl NW Suite 1

Grand Rapids, Michigan,49503

United States

Company Description

We are a program of Heartside Ministry and have been in operation for 20 years this year! Our studio offers a safe and supportive environment for Heartside neighbors to creatively express themselves. Artists here come from a wide variety of backgrounds and exp...more

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Community buy-in in West Michigan is improving water life | Dick and Betsy DeVos Family Foundation

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Kristopher Larson, president and CEO of Downtown Grand Rapids Inc., said the river effort is significant not only in restoring the city's namesake rapids, but as "an important early stage project in a much larger vision about how our city can grow.
The quasi-public organization provided about $150,000 to Grand Rapids Whitewater to support initial scientific and engineering work and has stood by the effort "in every opportunity," Larson said. The project folds into a new strategic plan that has the Grand River overall as a critical piece. The GR Forward plan for the downtown and river corridor, developed from an 18-month public engagement effort facilitated by Downtown Grand Rapids, the city and Grand Rapids Public Schools, among other things incorporates land use that responds to a restored river condition, Larson said.


Creative Economy Policy Summit: Growth Opportunities for Michigan | Creative Many.org

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Kristopher Larson, Director, Downtown Grand Rapids Inc.


Why West Michigan? | West Michigan Sports Commission

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"It's a very high quality of life, particularly for a city that has a high concentration of large employers," says Kristopher Larson, president of Downtown Grand Rapids Inc.


Grand Rapids leaders consider new path to redeveloping public assets

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"We're lucky we're a growing city," said Kris Larson, president and CEO of Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. (DGRI) and a committee member who will evaluate the RFQ responses and ultimately help to pick a developer.
"With growth comes some real opportunity to address inequality, inequity, disparities. Where can we harness the power of growth and the positive impacts it produces to be able to address some of the systemic issues? I think we really want to explore that space." Larson and other commercial real estate sources contacted for this report acknowledge that defining goals for the site is one of many challenges for development on the 201 Market site, or any other publicly-owned sites the city may look to sell in the future. Kris Larson CWD Real Estate Investment Inc


Michigan design and build news and features

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Joining MiBiz for a real estate roundtable were (top left to right) Max Benedict of Third Coast Development LLC, Melissa Collar of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, Jim Conner of Triangle Associates and Kris Larson of Downtown Grand Rapids Inc.; (bottom left to right) Greg Metz of Lott3Metz Architecture LLC, Josh Szymanski of Owen-Ames-Kimball Co. and Mary Anne Wisinski-Rosely of NAI Wisinski of West Michigan.


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