Former Liebermann’s department store building in Lansing to become Nelson art gallery
A new art gallery is set to open in downtown Lansing.
The former Liebermann’s store at 113 S. Washington Ave. was designed in 1965 by George Nelson, one of the founders of American modernist design. He was commissioned by Lansing business woman, Betty Price, to design a space that would suit her family’s department store.
Jen Estill moved her business, Redhead Design, to the building’s upper floor earlier this year.
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