MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) -- With Muskegon County finishing up a major construction project, another one is about to get underway.
Crews are putting the finishing touches on the new juvenile transition center, a $6 million building at the corner of Pine and Delaware streets in downtown Muskegon.
County leaders will dedicate the building on Thursday, October 16.
The new center can hold more juvenile offenders. It also includes education and recreation space. The building replaces the current youth home in Whitehall.
The county is also preparing to start construction on a new $2 million downtown transit center.
Construction on that facility should begin in November.
The Morris Avenue terminal serves the Muskegon Area Transit System and Greyhound.