Unveiled in October 2003, Gillespie Group embodies the true meaning of innovation. Initially founded in 1994 as Gillespie Development, we transformed into Gillespie Group through the leadership of Patrick K. Gillespie. Because Pat holds a building construction and management degree from Michigan State University, as well as a real estate broker’s license, he understands the complexities of building, managing and selling properties in the state of Michigan.
In May 2001, Builders Magazine named Gillespie Group one of the top 50 multi-family builders. In 2003, Pat received the Entrepreneurial Award for Construction presented by Greater Lansing Business Monthly, revealing we are recognized in Lansing and beyond for our commitment to excellence.
With a strong focus over the past couple of years in the downtown Lansing market, Gillespie prides themselves on their ability to not only envision creative and unique product types, but bring them to life in areas of great demand.
Stadium District has been referred to as one of the greatest examples of urban renewal in the state of Michigan. In September of 2007, Gillespie Group was presented with the 2007 Large Redevelopment Project of the Year award in consideration for their downtown Lansing development, The Stadium District.
Gillespie Group's newest development, The Armory, was recently honored for significant community investment at the sixth annual Celebration of Regional Growth sponsored by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce. The renovation of The Armory building was designed to fit into the surrounding community and in a manner so the end product would be useful for multiple nonprofit organizations moving into the building.
It is with relentless perseverance that Gillespie Group strives to satisfy – and exceed - the needs of our residents and commercial tenants. We seek to create unique communities by embracing innovation, anticipating need, conducting business with absolute integrity and passionately pursuing perfection in everything we do.
How did we get there?