There are fewer state workers in Lansing’s downtown, but there may soon be more apartments
LANSING, Mich. — Weston’s Kewpee has been in downtown Lansing for 98 years. Owner Autumn Weston says lunch hour has always been their bread and butter.
“It’s that power hour of lunchtime that we just we thrive off of you know,” said Weston. However not even Weston’s great-grandmother’s famous olive burger recipe can make up for the fact that there’s fewer workers downtown lately.