Bates Alley Bates Alley in downtown Kalamazoo was given new life in the fall of 2018, making it the ultimate go-to spot to “deck hop” in the city! The following bars and restaurants occupy deck space in Bates Alley: –Olde Peninsula –Fuze Kitchen & Bar –Grand Traverse Distilling Tasting Room Keep […]
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Are you looking for creative ways to get of our your house and into a new environment without ever leaving your house? Kalamazoo is home to many museums and attractions that you can view from the comfort of your own home. If this sounds perfect for you, try out this list of virtual experiences that our museums […]
Markin Glen Park At Markin Glen Park, you’ll find a pictorial sandy beach that’s perfect for kids with plenty of shallow areas. There are also great bike and walking trails with great views overlooking Kalamazoo. And it’s located just 5 minutes north of downtown Kalamazoo! 2. Woods Lake Park The recent $363,000 renovation to Woods Lake Park has paid off […]
Hello Tenants! Please be sure to check your emails in order to see the first edition of our new American Realty Tenant Newsletter! Inside we detail events happening around Grand Rapids, a community deep-dive on an up and coming GR neighborhood, spotlight a local phone repair shop and even have a contest for free Griffins tickets!
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By: Kirsten Mann, Marketing and Communications Intern Cinco De Mayo may only occur one day a year, but that doesn’t mean you can only eat Mexican food on that ONE day. Some of you may have Mexican food once a week, others may have it twice a week, then there are those people that only […]
By: Jeff Huber, Leasing Coordinator So, here’s the deal. I like movies. But who doesn’t, right? I mean, who doesn’t have Netflix? (Actually, I don’t, but I beat myself up about it if that makes you feel any better about it.) It’s almost unsettling when you meet someone who doesn’t care for movies in general. […]
By: Danielle Miller, Marketing Manager Let’s be honest; when you think of spring and summer, what food automatically comes to mind? Now, you might say burgers, or brats, or even s’mores, but I am willing to bet the majority of us think of the cold, creamy, deliciousness we all know as ice cream. And since […]
By: Kirsten Mann, Marketing and Communications Intern College students love coffee; there’s no questioning that. We spend long hours studying for exams, waking up early for class, and staying up late at night to work on homework, so when we need a little pick me up, coffee seems to be the simple solution. The only […]
By: Kirsten Mann, Marketing and Communications Intern One of the biggest struggles a college student faces is finding the time to do everything. When you go off to college and begin your life there, you’re excited about all the freedom you have to choose what you want to do. You get comfortable being able to […]