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Story Matters: Marjorie Steele uncovers history of Kendall building

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These stories hosted by 616 Development

The Rapidian joined 616 Development's celebration of their new project, 616 Lofts at the Kendall, for their open house on Friday, December 6. Listen in as people share their stories of how they've seen Grand Rapids change, what they love about living, working and playing downtown, and more.

 

See them all on the Story Matters page.

 

 

THE FEED

Marjorie Steele dove into the city archives to learn all about the Kendall building and the man who built it. Learn more about this iconic building at the corner of Fulton and Division.

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We build community when we share our stories - whether they be a memory, an experience or just simply telling what we think is great about this place. STORY MATTERS. is a story collecting project from The Rapidian and GRTV.

Marjorie Steele sat down with us to share what she uncovered about George Kendall, a significant developer of our city's northeast side, and the Kendall building that carries his name to this day, while we were capturing stories during the open house for 616 Development's new project 616 Lofts at the Kendall. Steele dove into the City archives to learn all about the Kendall building and the man who built it. Learn more about this iconic building at the corner of Fulton and Division.

 

You can see all the Story Matters videos archived at therapidian.org/placematters/story.


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