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Principal Shopping District
The Lansing Principal Shopping District (PSD) is the Capital City's central business district. Created in 1996, the PSD consists of more than 1,000 businesses including galleries, retail stores, restaurants, nightlife hot spots, non-profit organizations, and professional offices. The district extends from 496 to Old Town Lansing with Larch Street and Capitol Avenue to the East and West.
Downtown Lansing Business Directory
Michigan’s Capital City is the centerpiece of Mid-Michigan and is the fifth largest city in the state, welcoming over 1.5 million visitors a year. Downtown Lansing is the home of state and local government, urban lofts and a bustling commercial and entertainment Mecca with shopping, fine dining arts and culture, and nightlife –all within walking distance of the State Capitol, three higher education facilities, Cooley law School Stadium, the River Trail, City market, museums and more!
About Old Town
Located along Grand River Ave. and Turner St., just one mile north of Downtown Lansing, Old Town is a symbol of Lansing's rich heritage. The district's historic buildings house art galleries, specialty boutiques, and restaurants. We invite you to explore our unique shops and eateries where you can find items from antiques, art, books and crafts to quilting supplies, toys and wine. Old Town's Restaurants will treat you to a delectable range of flavors from morning breakfasts to evening dining experiences.
The Michigan Walk of Fame
The Michigan Walk of Fame, honors past and present Michigan residents who have made significant contributions to the state or nation. Made up of 18" x 30" bronze plaques embedded in the sidewalk, each plaque displays information on the inductee's life and contribution. The Michigan Walk of Fame is the first Walk of Fame in the nation to honor the contributions of its residents on a statewide basis. Visitors are welcome to view the plaques at their leisure year-round.