The River House…Stunning New Downtown Grand Rapids, MI Condos!

Living room in model of the River House

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The River House Condos are scheduled to debut with stunning views of the Grand Rapids, Michigan skyline in 2008!

Click on pictures to view virtual tour.

The Grand Rapids downtown area has experienced a true renaissance within the last decade.  The development of the bio medical industry has spawned a number of new medical facilities in what has been termed the Medical Mile.

Several new additions to the Grand Rapids area within the last few years have included the Grand Rapids Art Museum, the  JW Marriott, the River house lobbyVan Andel Arena, the Devos Hall, a number of great restaurants and shops and some truly innovative new condominium developments.

Also within walking distance are the Civic theater, the Grand Rapids Public library and several historic parkswhich include: Crescent Park, Hearthside Park, Veterans Park, Monument Park and the unique Rosa Parks Circle. You can also enjoy a leisurely jaunt along the banks of the Grand River or the Louis Campau Promenade.

When completed in 2008, the River House will be the tallest building in the downtown Grand Rapids area.

There are several different floor plans available in this high rise condo complex.  The building has 24 security and 3 express elevators in addition to a fully equipped exercise room, lap pool, hot tub  and steam and sauna rooms.

Model of the Living Room & bar areaAll amenities will be first class.  There are wood floors in the kitchen and foyer areas, granite counter tops set over Brookhaven cabinets, recessed lighting in the kitchen area and stainless steel appliances.

Designed for quiet enjoyment and pleasure, each unit in the building has sound insulation between adjoining walls, solid core wood doors and concrete floors.

But the River House is not just a building…it’s an experience. The best of Grand Rapids is just outside the door.  Located close to the  Van Andel arena and within walking distance of the Civic Arts Theater, the New Grand Rapids Arts Museum and the Devos Hall…there’s always something interesting and exciting to do.

Some other offerings in the downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan condominium market include:

The Icon on Bond: located in the rejuvenated Monroe North corridor, the Icon is in the tax-free renaissance zone.  There are 9 stories.

The Fitzgerald: A smaller, more intimate development in the heart of the city featuring 39 units in a classically restored historic building.

The Plaza Towers: a distinctive condominium development with 32 stories on Campau Circle with 144 units. Located atop the Courtyard Marriott Hotel.

The Boardwalk:  Urban, contemporary and affordable.  This condominium complex is located within a refurbished historic building.

The Union Square Condos:  If you like casual chic, you might want to check out these units in this rennovated historic building.  Also offers renaissance zone tax free savings.

Mixed Use Developments:  70 Ionia, Front Row Condominiums, Peck Building ~ these buildings feature a combination of commercial and residential space.





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2 thoughts on “The River House…Stunning New Downtown Grand Rapids, MI Condos!

  1. Pingback: Grand Rapids, MI Downtown Contemporary Condos… Great Tax Incentives! « Grand Rapids Real Estate Musings…

  2. Hi-

    Could you kindly mail me a sales brochure for River House?

    I am a broker and would like to share the information with my client.

    Janay Mallett
    721 River Park Village
    Northville, MI 48167

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