Ravenna offers its residents and businesses a compelling and competitive alternative to big city life in Muskegon, Grand Rapids, Chicago and Detroit. However, both Muskegon and Grand Rapids are also within an easy driving distance, and they pull Ravenna’s shoppers to various regional malls, big box stores and national chains.
Welcome to the Village of Ravenna Downtown
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was established on August 6, 2002 in accordance with Michigan State Law, Public Act No. 197 of 1975. The DDA is a non-profit public entity that focuses on the revitalization of the business district of Ravenna.
The Village of Ravenna DDA strives to make the downtown a vibrant space that will attract local residents, visitors, and boost commerce in the DDA district. The DDA is dedicated to enriching the lives of people living in Ravenna by supporting them through change and by enabling them to determine and develop their own community.
Market Study done in 2010
This report presents specific strategy recommendations for retail, commercial, residential and economic growth through the next five to twenty years, and specifically for the Village of Ravenna, Michigan. Ravenna is located in Muskegon County, which is positioned along Lake Michigan’s eastern coastline. It is a relatively remote, small community that does not have a direct connection to an interstate highway, and is probably destined to remain a small community for the foreseeable future.
Ravenna, MI – Muskegon County
Enjoy viewing houses for sale in the Township of Ravenna below. Contact Nexes Realty, Inc. at 231-739-3501 for your showing.
Average List Price: $242,697
Average Days on Market: 147