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Huge Muskegon Lake Development Plans Get $2.3M Jump Start In State Budget

MUSKEGON, MI – An ambitious mixed-use development on Muskegon Lake that includes homes, a hotel, boat sales and more is expected to receive a $2.3 million boost from the state to help clean contamination and restore wetlands on the former industrial site.

Funding for the $110 million Harbor 31 project was included in the budget deal for 2022 that was approved by the Legislature this week and awaits Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s signature.

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Martin Huttenlocker

Development Manager

Leveraging 17 years of relationships and extensive background in the commercial real estate industry, Martin provides direct strategic and analytical support as part of the Great Lakes Capital development team. Since joining the firm in 2017 he has performed a hybrid role in asset management and brokerage services within the GLC portfolio. Martin earned a BA in Political Science from the University of Missouri/Columbia and an MBA from Roosevelt University in Chicago.