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Thersz 2017 05 07 223007 Dowagiac Commercial Center provides the perfect location for big box commercial and retail prospects, whose operations are too large for the downtown, where most storefronts are 1,500 to 2,000 square feet.

The M-51 commercial center is site accessible and zoned for general business.  Property is served by municipal water, sewer, storm sewer, American Electric Power and SEMCO Energy.  Tenants include Shopko, Baymont Inn & Suites, both residential and senior living complexes, and Tractor Supply Co., which is now under construction. 

For land prices and further information, contact the City of  Dowagiac at 782-2195 or the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Latest News from your Chamber

  • March 1st, 2019

    Business After Hours, Standing Room Only at Wood Fire

    As the Pompii Room at Wood Fire Italian Trattoria swelled to capacity Feb. 6 with the influx of people arriving for the Chamber’s Business After Hours, it was a moment of     reflection and great pride for both co-owner Kevin Hanner and Mayor Don Lyons.

    “I am honored and humbled by the turnout, and happy to recognize many of you as my customers,” Kevin said. Having purchased the restaurant and later moving to the community seven months ago, Kevin said he looks forward to many years of being here. He’s   already putting his touches on the restaurant with the addition of a fireplace, refinished oak floors, and the intriguing and oversized photographs depicting the community’s rich history.

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  • March 1st, 2019

    Now’s the Time to Start Thinking Spring Building Maintenance

    In a small community, curb appeal can determine the ability of a business to not only survive in today’s marketplace, but to also thrive.

    These last long days of winter offer building owners an opportunity to take a good look at their property to decide what maintenance or renovation is needed once spring arrives.

    While many of our downtown buildings have been renovated, some are showing significant wear and tear, such as rotting window trim, peeling paint, bricks in need of tuck pointing and, in some cases, faded and worn awnings.

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  • March 1st, 2019

    From the Desk of Our President

    Hello All!   Spring is almost here! I am ready to hear the birds chirping and feel the grass under my feet! As we await spring’s arrival, we’re working on new programs for you! I am very excited to tell you about them - unfortunately I can't just yet! Stay tuned!!

    Our next event is Easter Eggstravaganza! Angela Johnson of Lifestyle Nutrition is our new chairman! Make sure to save the date, April 6, and bring your kids!

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