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Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan and the largest city in West Michigan. The city and surrounding suburbs are economically diverse, and contribute heavily to the health care, information technology, automotive, aviation and consumer goods manufacturing industries.
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  • 350 84th Street SW
    Byron Center, MI 49315
  • 357,103 S.F.
    Gross Leasable Area
  • 2,338,942
    Population (60 miles)
  • US-131 - 66,726
    84th St - 18,515
    Daily Traffic Count
  • 1,066,195 - Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI
    MSA Population
  • Grand Rapids, MI (10 mi)
    Kalamazoo, MI (36 miles)
    Lansing, MI (57 miles)
    Major Cities
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  • Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan and the largest city in West Michigan.
  • A historic furniture-manufacturing center.  Grand Rapids is home to five of the world's leading office furniture companies.  Grand Rapids is known for automobile and aviation manufacturing and serves as world headquarters for Amway, Bissell, Steelcase, Herman Miller and Wolverine World Wide.
  • Grand Rapids and the Lake Michigan shoreline have recently been named by Lonely Planet as the number 1 U.S. travel destination for 2014.
  • The Wall Street Journal Market Watch recognized Grand Rapids as the second best place to live in the U.S. based on solid schools and strong economy.
  • Located on the Grand River about 25 miles of Lake Michigan, Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan and the urban center of a growing region of more than 1 million people.
  • Grand Rapids Medical Mile has an array of world-class medical facilities that include Spectrum Health's Meijer Heart Center.  Lemmon-Holton Cancer Pavilion and Butterworth Hospital.  Health science also plays a large role in the Medical Mile.
  • Grand Rapids area is called home to several professional sports teams including:  West Michigan Whitecaps, Baseball; Grand Rapids Griffins, Ice Hockey; Grand Rapids NBA Development Basketball League and proposed Grand Rapids FC, Soccer.
DEMOGRAPHICS (0-60 MILES)
Demographics Demographics
2,338,942
Population
898,090
Households
593,310
Families
38.1
Median Age
$76,211
Average Household Income
shopper profile Center Benchmark
Females 79% 75%
Average Age 41.3 46
Average Household Income $88,072 $91,837
Race-Caucasian 83% 71%
Race-Hispanic or Latino 3% 5%
Race - African American 2% 7%
Race - Asian 5% 7%
Marital Status- married 67% 73%
Local Resident Shoppers 77% 58%
Tourist (self-defined) 6% 42%
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Shopping Frequency (trips per yr) 7.5 8.2
Percentage of First Time Visitors 10% 17%
Avg # of Stores Visited 7.2 8.7
Avg # of Stores Purchased In 3.2 4
% of shoppers making a purchase 94% 95%
Length of Shopping Visit 105 minutes 129 minutes
Average Size of Shopping Party 2.6 3.1
Average Shopping Expenditure $170 $243
Average Perceived Savings 35% 36%
Additional demographic information
and statistics are available in the leasing packet.
Additional demographic
information and statistics are
available in the leasing packet.