The Calhoun County Land Bank Authority has announced that they have sold three downtown buildings.  The buildings were sold to developers David Sciacca and Alexa Smolinski of 180Urban.

The buildings being sold are 15 Carlyle, 64 W. Michigan, and 119 W. Michigan.

“At the Calhoun County Land Bank, our mission is to improve downtowns and promote economic development, and the redevelopment of these buildings is a major step forward for Battle Creek and Calhoun County as a whole,” said Christine Schauer, Calhoun County Treasurer and Land Bank Board Chair. “We’re excited to partner with the City of Battle Creek and local developers to get these properties back on the tax rolls.”

The City of Battle Creek previously worked to redevelop the building last year, cleaning them out and repairing roofs.