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Lansing’s Grewal Hall Debuts

A long-shuttered building in downtown Lansing has come back to life as an event space, hosting everything from concerts to conference events

By Kathy Gibbons

A concert at Grewal Hall at 224 in Lansing || Courtesy of Grewal Hall at 224

A long-shuttered building in downtown Lansing has come back to life as an event space with the opening of Grewal Hall at 224. Jenna Meyer, one of the owners, says the 15,000-square-foot structure previously housed a hookah lounge and was the site of the original J.W. Knapp Co. department store. It has been transformed into two floors of entertainment space with a second-floor mezzanine that overlooks the open-concept main floor.

“We can host any event from concerts, private parties, and weddings to conference-style events and gatherings,” Meyer says.

The lower level includes hospitality areas for clients to use in conjunction with events. Standing-room capacity is at 900, up to 225 can be accommodated in formal banquet seating, and 400 in a theater-style arrangement. Multiple layouts are available for corporate events and conferences.

grewalhall.com

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