Plans For Vacant Temple Building In Old Town Up For Debate
The Lansing City Council will be receiving plans for the Temple Building in Old Town, Lansing.
Built in 1906, the building has sat empty for decades now. The proposed development, would bring some new retail spaces as well as parking ares in Old Town, according to WILX.
The renovation would include a first floor retail and office space, along with 31 apartments.
"Lansing's time is now," Andy Schor, Lansing's Mayor addressed. "The redevelopment of the Temple Club will ensure an even more vibrant and active business and residential district for residents and visitors of Old Town."
The plans are set to be gone over on Monday, October 14th during the city of Lansing's annual meeting.