CAPE TOWN, Mich.
— President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he has approved a $2 billion grant to revitalize a building in Lansing, Michigan.
The announcement was made by Trump at the Michigan Statehouse, where he toured a $100 million renovation of the Lansing Building.
It includes the construction of two new, state-of-the-art, state of the art and state-leading security cameras.
Trump said the building has been vacant since the 1980s and he hopes the new investment will allow for more economic growth in the state.
The building has an estimated $500 million in damage and is located in a residential area.
It was demolished in the 1980’s, and was demolished again in the late 1990s.
Lansing Mayor Karen Weaver told reporters that the project will be funded through a tax levy and a state fund.
We will be able to create jobs and improve the quality of life for the residents of the area.