GVSU Campus

Grand Valley State University owns five blocks within the residential portion of the neighborhood, four of which will be developed into a health professions campus in the decades to come.

  • The building at 500 Lafayette has been open for student use since May 2018.
  • Construction for 333 Michigan (the Center for Interprofessional Health) and 335 Michigan (a parking ramp shared with Spectrum Health) began in fall 2018.

Most of the following documents from their engagement process with the neighborhood were originally hosted at the “GVSU NOBL Planning” site:

GVSU students have been involved at Coit Creative Arts Academy as reading mentors:

City of Grand Rapids Second Ward Commissioner Joe Jones spoke about NOBL’s involvement in the GVSU Master Planning process at the dedication of Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall: