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Grand Rapids' Flat Iron Building: Historic renovation for Smith Haughey Law Firm

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Uploaded on Dec 19, 2011

In 2011, the law firm Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge moved over 100 employees into the second oldest building in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Flat Iron Building, which sits at the corner of Monroe Center and Ottawa Ave. in the heart of the city, was built around 1860 and is a nationally registered historic landmark building. The developer, Locus Development, invested approximately $4.5 million in the LEED certified renovation of the nearly 32,000 square foot building. Find out why this high profile project was important to the revitalization of the city and the firm.

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