After years of sitting vacant, the property at the corner of Fulton and Division in Grand Rapids has received the nod of approval from the anchor tenant and is on its way to filling the void on one of the city's most high profile corners.
According to excerpts from the story:
Developer Sam Cummings said the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art has signed an agreement to relocate to his Gallery on Fulton development planned for 2 West Fulton St.
The UICA plans to relocate its operation from 41 Sheldon Blvd. It will buy most of the 35,000 square feet of retail space available in the Gallery on Fulton, Cummings said.
In a letter to Grand Rapids city commissioners, members of the UICA's capital campaign committee confirmed their "enduring passionate commitment to the Gallery on Fulton project" and said they have raised 44 percent of the money needed to finance the move.
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