Degage Ministries
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  • City/State: Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Sq Ft: 15,366
  • Number of rooms/Units: None
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  • Last Updated: April 05 2020
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  • Status: Work in progress

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      CULTURE + COMMUNITY
      Degage’s goal is to assure that every man and woman knows they are not alone. Rockford Construction has been honored to work with Degage in support of their mission. Currently in schematic design, we are working on a renovation and addition project to their existing facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
      
      The project includes demolishing one building, renovating two buildings, and creating an infill building. The renovation of 139 Sheldon will transform it to the kitchen and dining area of the ministry. The renovation of 144 Division will provide additional women’s sleeping quarters and reconfigured meeting and office spaces. A connector will join these buildings and house part of their women’s ministry as well as a new commercial kitchen for its food operations. The updated spaces will give Degage the ability to support more people, offering help and hope to homeless and disadvantaged individuals in the Grand Rapids community.
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      Dégagé Ministries plans to demolish the historic Carriage House at 139 Sheldon Ave. SE in downtown Grand Rapids and build a new three-story, 5,366-square-foot structure in its place, according to Marge Palmerlee, the nonprofit’s executive director.
      
      The nonprofit is also renovating two adjacent buildings facing Sheldon Avenue, as well as its headquarters at 144 Division Ave. S.
      
      The new structure will connect all of Degage’s buildings and allow passage between them.
      
      Built in 1890, Palmerlee said the Carriage House is no longer safe. The nonprofit has been using the space in a limited capacity. Demolition was approved by the city’s Historic Preservation Commission last month, she said.
      
      Between the construction and renovations, Dégagé is adding nearly 10,000 square feet to its operations, Palmerlee said.


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