Local Realtor Donates Park Bench

Lansing Township— Slater Park has been a staple for the Groesbeck and Lansing Township community for years, and this past weekend it received a new park bench. The bench donated by Pete Holoway, was acquired through a place-making grant through the Greater Lansing Association of Realtors, according to Senior Planner Matt Brinkley. “Slater Park is already a great area, but we would like to make it better,” Holoway said. Throughout the years, Slater Park has been important to the community of Lansing Township and was very special to Holoway personally, he said. “It really impacted me as a young boy.

Construction begins on $30 million Eastwood expansion project

By Nick Somoski

LANSING TOWNSHIP – After years of discussions and delays, construction officially began Oct. 9 on the Eastwood expansion project. According to officials from DTN Management, the main development company and financer involved with the project, the expansion of the Eastwood site on Lake Lansing Road and U.S. 127 will include a new apartment complex and two new hotels. The Vista luxury apartments and Hyatt Place Hotel will be a part of “The Heights at Eastwood,” a development site that also includes office and retail space. A second hotel – Fairfield Inn & Suites – will be built on the east side of Preyde Avenue.