It looks like the Waverly Golf Course redevelopment is going to happen so expect some changes and new residential and commercial space coming to Lansing. According to the LSJ, the $100 million redevelopment of the Waverly Golf Course is moving forward as Lansing Township's Board of Trustees approved of it.

The 121-acre site between Michigan Avenue and West Saginaw Highway is in Lansing Township but is owned by the city of Lansing so the Lansing officials needed to approve any development of the area. There is a lot work to be done but when done the area would have commercial and residential housing. The development would consist of apartments, multi-family duplexes, town homes and 101 single-family homes, and even units for senior housing. The Golf Course has been closed for about 10 years and Lansing has been on and off on what to do with the space so now all along 127 near Frandor will be filled with buildings in the near future.

To see more about the development you can see it here.