DOWNTOWN LANSING NEWS
October 19, 20162016 Best Ballpark Renovation: The Outfield
Recent trends in ballpark design have helped blend mixed-use developments with the facilities themselves. There are numerous examples of this trend playing out across Minor League Baseball, but the Lansing Lugnuts took it a step further in 2016 by becoming the first team to add apartment units to their ballpark.
September 20, 2016Cooley Law School Stadium morphs into mini golf course
Cooley Law School Stadium is shifting from a place to hit home runs to holes in one.
September 20, 2016New in Town: Lansing Beer Exchange
Plunging market prices may seem like a weird thing to celebrate, but Lansing bar-hoppers are set to get an object lesson in economics through a set of tap handles and a nightly market crash -- or five -- that will be welcomed with air horns and high-fives.
Michigan's capital city welcomes 1.5 million visitors a year. Downtown Lansing contains a diverse array of galleries, retail stores and restaurants; many of Michigan's most prominent law firms, lobbyists, and other professional offices. Downtown is also home to state and local government, three higher education facilities, a minor league baseball team, a convention center, a diverse collection of non-profit organizations, and a budding residential community.