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Top Developments Underway in Chesterfield Township, New Baltimore in Photos

Check out photo gallery of anticipated businesses in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore.

Shoppers, food-lovers and families may be rejoicing at anticipated developments in Chesterfield Township and New Baltimore.

Chesterfield Township

  • One of the most visible construction projects in the township is along Interstate 94 and Hall Road, where a massive Menards home improvement store is nearing completion.
  • A longstanding vacancy in the former Farmer Jack is converting to a Dunham's Sports in the Target plaza on 23 Mile and Gratiot.
  • Next door to Dunham's, Bagger Dave's plans to transform the defunct Hollywood Video, according to township officials and the Chesterfield Building Department.
  • The old Hot 'N Now is in the process of transforming to a Checkers drive-thru restaurant on 23 Mile near Interstate 94.
  • The highly anticipated splash park inside Brandenburg Park has poured cement for the 16-fountain attraction that is expected to be used in the warm 2013 months. 
  • Bargain shoppers are looking out for ongoing development of Five Below in the Waterside Marketplace plaza off 23 Mile and Gratiot.

New Baltimore

  • Biggby Coffee is approaching a finishing date this winter, with an estimated opening in December on Green Street near Washington Street.
  • The former North Shore Community Cafe on 23 Mile near the New Baltimore-Chesterfield border is slated to become a Jimmy John's with a drive-thru.
  • A harbor off Anchor Bay in downtown New Baltimore will offer boaters a place to dock at Walter and Mary Burke Park.
  • 4M Tire Store has changed the formerly blue exterior of the old Soundwaves building to neutral colors at the historical downtown entrance.

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Concerned Citizen November 15, 2012 at 06:54 PM
I guess the elected officials are business friendly. Glad to see new businesses coming to Chesterfield. More reasons not to shop on Hall Road and avoid traffic congestion.
Fanhs Doukakhs November 15, 2012 at 10:27 PM
would like to see the old kmart become a planet fitness gym
kidcat24 November 16, 2012 at 12:32 PM
Got to love our minimum wage service country.
Kelly November 16, 2012 at 01:00 PM
Yes, we our rejoicing!!! Great, jobs that offer teenagers spending money. No employment that offers careers for people to support their families. I say tear down that motel on 23 and Gratiot and allow another cable and Internet provider out here. It's 2012 and our only choice is Comcast and putting an ugly dish on our home. Who's pockets are getting lined for this?
Tessa430 November 16, 2012 at 04:52 PM
Oh my goodness Kelly, I am so frustrated that the only cable service we can get out here is Comcast. As a college student I have no choice but to have the Internet but at 40 bucks a month it is nearly unbearable. And with out cable tv you can't even watch the news. My cable bill is over $100. Comcast can charge that because they know we don't have anyother option. I wish we had another option as well. And with the weather in Michigan who wants a dish, ya never know when we are going to get heavy rain or snow storm that interrupts the signal and you then have no tv!
Biscuit Shredder November 16, 2012 at 05:02 PM
Kelly, I have had AT&T Uverse for 4 years and love it compared to Comcast.. Perhaps you're too far from one of their boxes?

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