Clark Hill renews commitment to Old Town Lansing

 The Old Town Commercial Association (OTCA) is pleased to announce that Clark Hill PLC has renewed its commitment to Old Town Lansing through an extension of its lease in the historic Race Street Mill on the Grand River.

“We are excited to renew our commitment to the Old Town community,” said Aaron Matthews, Managing Member of Clark Hill’s Lansing office.  “It has been a pleasure to play a part in the continued growth and revitalization of Old Town since we relocated here in 2004, and we look forward to continuing to do so for years to come.” 

In addition to extending its physical presence in Old Town, Clark Hill has also renewed its financial support of the OTCA through a contribution of $2,000. 

“While Old Town certainly is well known for its art galleries and boutique shops, it has also become the home of many professional and creative service businesses who serve clients across the state, region, and country,” said Brittney Hoszkiw, Executive Director of the OTCA.  “We are certainly thrilled that Clark Hill has renewed its commitment to serve as a cornerstone of Old Town.”

The OTCA’s dedication to the revitalization and enrichment of the Old Town community recently received national recognition. In May, Old Town was named a winner of the 2011 Great American Main Street Award® by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  Through strategic partnerships, like the one with Clark Hill, and continued volunteer support year round, Old Town has been able to reach national benchmarks for economic development and historic preservation through community participation.

Clark Hill PLC is a full service law firm that provides legal and professional services to businesses, governments, and individuals throughout the country. With offices in Michigan, Illinois, Arizona, and Washington, DC, Clark Hill has more than 200 attorneys and professionals. For more information regarding Clark Hill and its services, visit www.clarkhill.com.

Old Town Commercial Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the revitalization of Lansing’s Old Town through socioeconomic development, historic preservation, business recruitment and community outreach. For additional information, please visit www.iloveoldtown.org.