Local News


I was catching up on the news by reading on the LSJ website  and this story caught my attention.  Consider supporting a great cause and give our local Habitat for Humanity your extra tools.

If you need your tools to make updates to your own home go ahead and keep them, but save yourself some cash and help out Habitat by buying discounted building materials from our Lansing ReStore.

Preparations have begun for construction of a sound barrier separating the Groesbeck neighborhood from US-127.  Groesbeck is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Lansing, but homeowners living on the streets nearest to US-127 have to deal with freeway noise.  The noise from traffic on US-127 has negatively affected the marketability of the homes located in the eastern part of Groesbeck.  That problem will be solved by this November when construction of a barrier wall is anticipated to be completed. 

Road ConstructionDriver’s should be aware that construction of this wall will cause lane closures and delays on southbound US-127 from Lake Lansing Rd. to Saginaw Hwy. throughout the summer and fall.   

 The Groesbeck neighborhood is located south of the Eastwood Towne Center, it is bounded on the west by Wood Rd., on the south by Saginaw Hwy., on the north by Lake Lansing Rd. and on the east by US-127. 

For more information about the Groesbeck neighborhood or to see homes currently for sale in the neighborhood don’t hesitate to contact me.