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2 parties interested in buying sprawling Windward Pointe site on Muskegon Lake

Brownfield/Due Diligence/Ecological

July 26, 2019

​“Known now as Windward Pointe, the 120-acre site on the south shore of Muskegon Lake has been cleared of buildings and is in the process of environmental cleanup. Last summer, a possible mixed-use development plan for the waterfront site was developed after a series of community planning sessions.”

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