There is a look today at the next steps of the proposed Red Cedar Development Project.
This comes after the Lansing Brownfield Regional Authority approved the plan in January.
It’s a $242 million project on the former Red Cedar Golf Course.
Today officials showed drawings, including hundreds of apartments, and even more space for student housing, with retail space, hotels and a public park.
Lansing mayor Andy Schor explains what the plan means for the area.
“This is a six building, campus style development that includes two hotels, it includes retail, resturants, market rate housing, senior and assisted housing, and student housing. All of that within the Red Cedar parcel,” said the mayor.
Construction at the site is expected to begin this September.