Business growth on Tittabawassee Road ‘a great sign for the region’
KOCHVILLE TWP, MI — Changes are coming to Kochville Township’s Tittabawassee Road corridor as businesses invest in and redevelop commercial properties stretching from Kokomo’s Family Fun Center to the shuttered Gander Mountain store.
“That’s a great sign for the region as a whole,” said Kochville Township Manager Steve King, noting that the Tittabawassee Road corridor is one of the area’s busiest. “It’s important that people see those obvious investments in the community. It helps drive other people to want to invest in their properties as well.”
In the last year, companies have invested in the township’s three largest formerly empty storefronts: Art Van, now Gardner White; former Gander Mountain, soon-to-be Planet Fitness; and Toys R Us, soon-to-be Value City Furniture’s Designer Looks.
Together, these three properties represent approximately 160,000 square feet of retail space in Kochville Township that’s “all now being reinvested in and occupied by great, stable, apparently growing