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    • SET SEG

      East Lansing, MI

      School Employers Trust (SET) is a non-profit company that was founded in 1971. In 1973, SET founded a partner organization, the School Employers Group (SEG). SEG was formed to provide workers’ compensation and property/casualty services for Michigan public schools. Now combined, SET-SEG focuses on offering comprehensive and affordable employee benefit solutions to Michigan public schools…

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    • Authentix Suncoast

      Spring Hill, FL

      Authentix Suncoast is a garden-style, multi-family complex in Spring Hill, FL. Authentix is owned and managed by Wisconsin-based Continental Properties. Since its foundation in 1979, Continental has developed over 29,500 apartment homes with the goal of enhancing people’s lives through their living experience. Each of the 264 apartments features a townhome design, contemporary finishes, quiet…

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    • Celebration Community Church Phase II

      Celebration, FL

      Celebration Community Church (CCC) in Celebration, FL was founded in 1996. Originally, the church began meeting for Sunday morning services in a local school, and in the late 2000’s purchased valuable property adjacent to Interstate 4. WIELAND completed the new church in December 2011, which consisted of a chapel, children’s building, and a small office.   …

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    • M North Apartments

      Orlando, FL

      M North is a multi-family community conveniently located ten minutes from downtown Orlando, FL. The community is a close walk from major shopping centers, dining and major highways, yet far enough away to give a quiet break from the hustle and bustle of Orlando.   M North is on a 22-acre site holding 288 units across…

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    • Capitol View Apartments

      Lansing, MI

      In 1968, the eight-story Oliver Tower was built as a senior living center but was left uninhabitable after a fire ravaged the complex in 2000. The fire gutted the first floor causing over $250,000 in damage, and in 2001 the Housing Commission tried to sell the land to the state, but plans fell through. Oliver…

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