Red Cedar Development is a $260 million, 35-acre mixed-use development being constructed in Lansing, Michigan. This project includes student housing, apartments, a dual-brand hotel, a senior living and memory care facility, restaurants, a roughly 40,000-square-foot retail/commercial space, a public park, and a connection to the Lansing River Trail. The project will connect the Lansing State Capitol to Michigan State University and the community located along the Michigan Avenue corridor.
PEA Group performed the boundary and topographic surveys, including each site’s parcel splits and ALTA surveys. Our team designed the roadways and parking areas, sanitary and storm sewers, water mains, electric duct banks, communication, and gas main routings. PEA Group conducted a hydraulic analysis of the Red Cedar River and obtained wetland and floodplain permitting, including developing a floodplain fill compensation site located in Williamstown Township upstream of the site along the Red Cedar River. Additionally, we designed portions of the Montgomery Drain within the project limits, including stormwater treatment features within Cascade Boulevard.
Once completed, this project is estimated to bring 300 new jobs to the city. Moreover, the project will naturally clean and retain millions of gallons of rainwater runoff, resulting in a cleaner river.