Tenants sought for future apartments at former bowling alley block
Low- to moderate-income tenants are being sought for the two four-story apartment buildings currently under construction at the 200 block of west Ludington Avenue — the site of the former bowling alley — in downtown Ludington.
The ground floor of each building will be commercial space for businesses to rent, and the upper three stories of each building will hold 30 apartments, with a mix of one- and two-bedroom units. The apartments are being developed by Bob Jacobson and L.C. Companies and built by Rockford Construction.
Construction on both buildings is expected to be complete by fall of this year, but people can begin the process now of applying to live in the rental units.
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