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Developer seeking more time to finalize plans for downtown bank building

MUSKEGON, MI – The developer who is exploring the potential for renovating the former Ameribank building in Muskegon has again chosen to extend an option agreement with the city.

Port City Construction will pay $2,000 for an option extension until the end of June under an agreement extension the city commission will consider at its meeting tonight.

The old bank building owned by the city is at the corner of Clay Avenue and First Street. Port City partner Gary Post has said he’s interested in developing retail or other commercial uses on the first floor, offices on the second and third floors and apartments on the fourth and fifth floors.

 

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