T.A. Forsberg, Inc. President and CEO Brent Forsberg drops by Fox 47’s The Morning Blend to speak on what makes a great city and what residents of Lansing can do to become advocates for the great things happening in their own backyard!
There is no shortage of potential for the city of Lansing’s downtown area, but where exactly should residents, developers, and officials be focusing their efforts to bring our urban core to new heights? T.A. Forsberg, Inc. President and CEO Brent Forsberg shared his thoughts on just that with the Lansing State Journal.
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President and CEO Brent Forsberg join The WILS Morning Wake-Up w/ Dave Ackerly to discuss the upcoming development planned for an Eaton Rapids-based Tembo Village: where he is turning an abandoned trailer park into something very exciting!
On September 5, 2018, President and CEO Brent Forsberg joined Meridan Townships’s Environmental Commission & Work Session to present during their Green Theme segment. Naturally, Brent used this opportunity to speak on what he knows best: Green Placemaking
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A community can only thrive if it provides attainable opportunities for people at any stage in their lives. Building quality housing for those at all income levels is a foundation of the Smart Growth approach by Forsberg. Like our Tembo Homes and pocket neighborhoods, building the supply of affordable housing supply in existing urban areas can increase a community’s inclusiveness, economic opportunities and freedoms that come from more options for mobility. Visit the full article here.
There is room for peaceful beauty everywhere: Sometimes you just have to look hard enough at what could be. What may seem like cold and inhospitable infrastructure can appear to be yet another advantageous opportunity to a keen and creative eye. Forsberg believes in reinventing and repurposing spaces to best serve the residents in the surrounding community, which is why we are part of the collaborative development coalition Urban Systems with WestPac Communities and Dymaxion Development. At its heart, the aim of Urban Systems is to revitalize Lansing’s urban core through placemaking, community cohesion, quality of life and economic stability. Visit the full article here.
One of the Smart Growth tenets at Forsberg is creating and redefining transportation options to improve the lives and lifestyles of members of a community. The willingness and partnership of a community to defend and devote space for alternate modes of mobility is not only ecologically friendly, but it also promotes a healthier and more financially sound option. Reclaiming street space dedicated to motorized traffic can open and expand opportunities to alternative transportation methods while simultaneously improving safety and extending mobility without having significant negative ramifications on traffic flow. Everyone wins. Find the full article here.
A lower cost of living, an easier commute, more connectivity. There is a wealth of reasons why people are flocking back to mid-size cities across the country. As the area’s nightlife, dining and entertainment avenues continue to expand, Forsberg has made a commitment to breathe life and vibrancy to Greater Lansing by encouraging collaboration and developing partnerships in order to make the region more culturally diverse, attractive to a wider range of its residents and poised for long-term success. Lansing Cool isn’t an attitude. With each passing day, it is firmly cementing itself as a reality. Read the full article here.
T.A. Forsberg, Inc.’s President Brent Forsberg joins the cast of Fox 47’s Morning Blend to discuss their plans to reshape Lansing’s urban core. From the recently opening of Elevation in Okemos to plans for a historic property on Hazel St. and beyond, Forsberg is excited about what’s to come for the region.
Learn more about how we are working to revitalize the city and business with The Wing project in REO Town. The Wing looks to invigorate Greater Lansing artists and entrepreneurs and provide a space they can build from. Read the full story from the City Pulse here.