Historic 1889 warehouse to get $2.5 million renovation as a demolition reuse store

A $2.5 million renovation project will turn a long-vacant furniture warehouse along the Red Cedar River on Lansing’s south side into commercial and retail space.

Developer John Sears bought the former Potter Mill for $550,000 in January 2012, and plans to rehabilitate the 37,500-square-foot building later this year.

We’re going to renovate it into a reuse store for the salvage we get from demolishing places,” said Sears, who owns SC Environmental, which does demolition work for the city and the Ingham County Land Bank.

Photo credit: Alexander Alusheff/Lansing State Journal

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