With each new Tembo home we build, Forsberg Real Estate Company reinvests into the area. It is one thing to offer housing, and it is another to make it attainable. By creating flexible, sustainable options for all types of residents, we position our neighborhoods for success by crafting a rich region of culture, value and community.
At Forsberg Real Estate Company, we jump at the opportunity to foster a stronger community, and part of that enthusiasm involves creating healthy environments for area youth. We joined up with the Refugee Development Center to lend a hand at its Youth Summer Camp
Watch as President Brent Forsberg discusses attainable housing and how our new Tembo homes fit in on the Morning Blend. Brent discusses how this project enhances the quality of life within REO Town and will support the community.
Finding affordable new housing in Lansing’s Reo Town can be challenging, that’s why Developer T.A. Forsberg, Inc. created Tembo. A 600 square foot new home that will rent for $850.00 per month.
Rebrand to aid in launch of company’s new Smart Growth approach to development; commitment to mid-Michigan and the community remains
Okemos, MI – T.A. Forsberg, Inc., a leading mid-Michigan commercial and residential development firm, has recently undergone a rebrand of its company.
Approximately 750 food manufacturers in Michigan generate nearly $15 billion of annual economic activity and support 41,000 jobs. While Michigan has a strong food processing sector, it ranks relatively low – 19th in the nation.
Are you fortunate enough to live on a tree-lined street, surrounded by charming architecture and manicured yards? Can you walk to the store along interesting sidewalks where flower beds, public art, and street trees add to the delight of window shopping along your path? Does your daily life bring you in contact with natural beauty such as oceans, scenic rivers or mountains? If so, cheers to you.
Parks are an important asset for any community, watch as Brent talks about this subject as well as a great opportunity for everyone to participate in the Revitalization of Foster Park.
This year, General Motors completed a $580 million expansion and retooling of its Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant for future. Gillespie Group opened the $11 million Outfield Apartments at Cooley Law School Stadium. A second hotel opened at the Heights at Eastwood. And a long-awaited Whole Foods opened in Meridian Township.