New Lansing entertainment venue in the works
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Another venue for live entertainment could soon open its doors in Lansing.
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RBM Properties is proposing a $355,000 renovation to a building on Washington Square. The building was previously home to Club Paradise, Club X-Cel and the Blue Knight Hookah Lounge.
Kevin Meyer -- the director for the Common Ground Music Festival and one of the people behind the renovation -- confirmed to News 10 that the Lansing Economic Development Corporation approved a loan of $136,500 for the project.
Meyer said they are in the beginning phases of the project, but they hope to release more information in the coming months.
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