Ryan McCoon, president of Traverse City-based Endura Performance Homes, explains how beauty goes well beyond skin deep in this Home Builders Association Grand Traverse Area - Parade of Homes Judges Choice Overall Award winner.
LIAA is not your typical nonprofit in that its broad framework builds stronger communities through a unique combination of education, information, and technology.
In the Grand Traverse area, two old-style ranches -- Ranch Rudolf and Wolf Lake Ranch -- are great destinations for escaping the hustle and bustle of our daily routines.
To visit Gwen Frostic Prints is to take a big step back in time. Walking through the door, you can feel and smell the history all around you.
Located on a Lake Michigan critical dune in the Frankfort area, this unique 1970s-era home spoke to the homeowners when they first saw it. Though the home didn’t fit their needs perfectly when they purchased it, they saw the potential for all that the home could be.
The El Grupo Norte organization began when two parents, both physical therapists, decided to help alleviate the snarled car pickup lines at their kids’ school and at the same time create a healthier alternative: a bike club.
Traverse City’s bustling downtown boasts two diverse performing arts theaters – City Opera House and the Old Town Playhouse – offering hundreds of opportunities for unique entertainment experiences.
Krueger’s first love, pottery, was a sort of accident. After enrolling in college, he soon found out it was the art classes that drew him in. In one, he was given five pounds of clay and had to figure out what to do with it. He was captivated...
They met with some builders, but no one really understood their vision until Jeff Simonis of Simonis Custom Home Building and Remodeling came along. “Not every builder is as enthusiastic as Jeff is,” say the homeowners. “Jeff said, ‘I can work with this.’” Together, they began a journey that would transform the lackluster dud into the home of their dreams.
As so many businesses do, Great Lakes Bath & Body (GLBB) in downtown Traverse City started off as a hobby and gradually grew into a “real thing.” Lynn Rodenroth had been dealing with sensitive skin for years...