Crain’s Detroit mentioned Gillespie Group in this past Sunday’s post:
Apartments in the outfield? That’s the pitch in Lansing
“A new apartment development in downtown Lansing wants to replicate for tenants the experience of living near Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball, MiBiz reports.
Half of the 84 units in The Outfield complex overlook Cooley Law School Stadium, home of the minor-league Lansing Lugnuts. Rents in the nearly $11 million development will range from $850 to $1,600 a month, Pat Gillespie, president of the Gillespie Group, told MiBiz.
Gillespie said he has received calls from other teams interested in similar projects but declined to identified them. The apartments are part of a $25 million renovation project that includes new restaurants, party decks and executive suites at the stadium.”