Capitol Club Tower

Capitol Club Tower was announced by two local developers in May of 2007 to be built on the site of the former Lansing City Club. It would also include the purchase and rehabilitation of the South Grand Parking Ramp, subject to voter approval. The statistics and rendering above reflect the 12 floor version of the project. The developers have said the project may be up to 20 floors and 200 or more units and may or may not include commercial space and a gym. This is the first proposed residential high rise in Lansing since Lansing Towers were built in the 1960s and the very first condominium tower in the area.

The City is requiring the developer to spend a minimum of $250,000 rehabilitating the facade of the ramp, on both the east and west sides. The developer is also planning to convert the ground floor of the ramp to commercial space.

Height


12 floors / 155 feet (roof), 225 feet (spire)

Size


110,000 square feet (85,000 residential, 25,000 commercial) Capitol Club Tower

Developers


Allen Drouare and Shawn Elliott

Units


150

Cost


$22.5 Million

Construction


Late 2007 start date.

Incentives


Tax Free Renaissance Zone