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Nonprofit community service organization builds new $11 million, 41,000-square-foot facility

December 27, 2013 Case Study 1 min read
The Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club was founded to meet the social service needs of the community, but its aging building needed renovations.
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Exterior
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Exterior
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Exterior Sign
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Exterior Sign
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Fitness Room
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Fitness Center
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Gross Motor Skills Room
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Gross Motor Skills Room
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Lobby
Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club Lobby

The challenge

The Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club was founded to meet the social service needs of the community, as well as provide recreational and educational programs for its residents. The club was operating in an aging building in need of renovations.

The solution

Plante Moran Cresa (PMC) was engaged to provide comprehensive feasibility, development, and project management services for Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club’s new $11 million, 41,000-square-foot facility.

Beaumont Hospital has signed on to be a tenant in the building to provide wellness services. The new facility will feature a pool, exercise facilities, gym, conference rooms, and classrooms.

The benefit

PMC's broad array of services — which included strategic planning, project feasibility analysis, leasing strategy, capital acquisition, development structuring, and project management — helped Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club create a welcoming new facility for the community.

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