Red Cedar Development

The $250 million Red Cedar Development Partners plan is moving forward in 2019. The plan promises to create a dense urban mixed-use development which reflects the vision of the City of Lansing’s Master Plan. The project will: Maximize the use of a currently shuttered site in the Red Cedar River flood plain by creating structures Integrated Parking Structures (IPS) which support the development’s vertical structures above the flood elevation. Develop a community based transformational project on the prominent Michigan Avenue corridor next to the Michigan State University campus and boarder community of East Lansing. Retain public access to the Red Cedar River and a significant portion of the former golf course for the public.

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Modernist design paired with ecological consciousness

Benjamin Roth


Trail along the Red Cedar River

Brendan Carney

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Bike Share

Molly Keasey

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Neighbors not Strangers

Molly Keasey

River park

River Park

Brendan Carney

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Development Bringing People Together

Gejsi Rada

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Building a Marketplace builds a Community

Kate Den Houter

Drainage problem

Solving the Drainage Problem

Kendra Hungerford


Band Shell

Michel Metzner  

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Creating a Walkable Space

Suzanna Smentowski

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The Seasonal Park

Suzanna Smentowski

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Sillicon Valley

Makenzie Brown

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Community Space through use of Old Buildings

Marilyn Hecht

Climbable art

Community Art Garden

Marilyn Hecht

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Don't Take Away the Green Grass

Vanessa Velazquez

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Making Friends Through Natural Connections

Hunter Kulka


Parking? What’s that?

Hunter Kulka


Inclusive City Planning for People with Disabilities

Kelsey Storemski

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Reconnection with the Mother Nature

Colin Liang

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Athletic City

Colin Liang

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Peace Garden

Clare Kiley

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Nature Studying

Mai Vang

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Red Cedar Swings

Veronica Albo

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Rumana Uddin

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Red Cedar Community

Michelle Ratchford

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Community Gardens

Kylie LaBeau


Community Center

Kylie LaBeau


Configuration of Outdoor Relaxation Stations

Aliya Mckethern


Shaping Parks into Experiences

Owen Jones

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Disc Golf Course

Aaron Litt

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Connecting with a space

Isabella Davidson


Holidays and rentals

Jennifer Padilla

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Red Cedar Development

Derrick Dawson

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Algae Prevention

Veronica Albo


Core Value: Diversity

Julia Lee

Blue water boathouse

Bringing the Community Together with Fun Family Fitness

Owen Jones

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Opportunity to Express Your Own Voice

Owen Jones


Bringing together nature and Society

Theo Roberts

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