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Wednesday, September 11,2013

EYE CANDY OF THE WEEK

Goetsch-Winckler House

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
Properties: Frank Lloyd Wright home tour, Okemos Houses are one of the most private architectural typologies and everyone loves to sneak a peek. It’s hard to pass up a look at interiors typically off-limits to the public, especially Frank Lloyd Wright houses. Sure you can visit...
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Wednesday, August 28,2013

EYE CANDY OF THE WEEK

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
Lansing has beautiful parks. No two are alike in the envious range of civic greens, from the pastoral Hawk Island to the articulated town-square style of Reutter Park.Undulating pathways, tree canopies, acres of civic space and monuments are found throughout.
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Wednesday, August 7,2013

EYE CANDY OF THE WEEK

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
Property: Rosewood Inn, 15275 Francis Road, Watertown Township Owner: Valerie and Joseph Cordes Assessed value: $310,000 Rural America has a wealth of architectural styles. The Rosewood Inn Bed and Breakfast on Francis Road, just north of where Interstates 96 and 69 meet, is one...
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Wednesday, June 12,2013

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
It's been a few years since the GardenHouse made its appearance on Lansing's East Side, the result of a statewide Cool Cities grant in 2008. You've probably grown accustomed to the presence of the 30-foot-by-96-foot structure when passing Hunter Park or entering its space for programs or workshops.
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Wednesday, May 29,2013

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
The original Biggby location in East Lansing — an unmistakable feature of the Valley Park area just west of downtown — may soon be demolished. DTN Management has a development agreement with the franchisee to replace it with a mixed-use building for residential and retail space that stretches to the west on a vacant parcel.
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Wednesday, May 8,2013

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
In general, coffee shops have quite the adaptive reuse history — it's an inherent part of coffee-shop DNA. In mid-Michigan alone, coffee shops occupy existing storefronts, houses and gas stations.
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Wednesday, April 17,2013

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
East Lansing's residential neighborhoods are fairly traditional when it comes to architectural styles, a good mixture of Tudors, Colonials, Side-Halls, Craftsmans and Cape Cods, to name a few. Every once in a while, the block is punctuated by something unexpected, like 605 Butterfield Drive.
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Wednesday, March 27,2013

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
There's something about a stone house that draws people to it. More than likely, it's the subtle balance of quaint rustic character with a bit of grandeur — a castle, on a small scale.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Eye Candy of the Week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
Gardening at work has sprouted in Holt. Local business owner Steve Anderson is exploring the role of the edible garden — in the front yard of his insurance business.
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Wednesday, February 27,2013

Eye candy of the week

by Amanda Harrell-Seyburn
A library is the living room of the community. A gathering place open to all. Be it a small, neighborhood library or the central district library, the building design must be both civic and approachable — like the Mason Branch Library.
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