Our Facilities

Townhomes

Beautifully apointed townhomes offer 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms. Clean move-in ready with central air, carports, basements and laundry hook-up, new windows, new cabnets and countertops. Located in Meridian Township in the East Lansing School District. Edgewood Village is a walkable community with plenty of green space, a 20 station computer learning lab, playground and garden plots available. 

 

Leasing Office

The Leasing Office is conveniently located on the ground floor of our brick mid-rise building at the address of 6213 Towar Garden Circle. Office entrance door you will find on the front right side of the building. Hours of operation are Monday – Thursday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and on Fridays from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm. Stop in to see our friendly team waiting to help you.

 

Village Network Center

The Village Network Center or VNC was founded September of 2013. Since it's creation it has been the hub for innovative learning, resident support and community empowerment. This LEED Certified community center features an energy efficent design powered by 20 large solar panels funded by Cinnare. It houses a 20 computer learning lab made possible by the DART Foundation, a state of the art kitchen designed not only for hosting events for residents but for teaching as well, offices, ample room for programming for all ages, a small library, and a conference room dedicated to John Duley our leader and former President of the Edgewood Village Board of Directors. The Village Network Center is a clean, safe, cheerful envoinment for learning and community engagement.

Community Garden

Edgewood Village is home to four community garden spaces known collectively as the Edgewood Village Community Garden. The four garden spaces include: a large allotment / donation garden, children’s garden, an Herb and perennial garden (The Peace Thyme Butterfly and Sundial Garden) and hoop house made possible with a donation from TC3 a community nonprofit.  Our garden is located in the heart of our community known as “The Village Commons”.

Our garden supports the mission of Edgewood Village by providing opportunities for our residents to grow their own food. Our garden strengthens partnerships, encourages connections, increases food security, and fosters understanding of our food and the environment.

Through the service of AmeriCorps members, residents, MSU service learning, the Peoples Church and other partnerships; we have been able to expand our garden programing. We have been able to grow not only food but opportunities for residents to learn.

We have established plots for our EV Scholars, as well as two Community Support Groups! We have provided fresh produce to our community through a comprehensive Garden Donation program. AmeriCorps garden leaders work with adults and youth to provide garden, health, and nutrition programing.

Edgewood Village Community Garden represents an enduring commitment from our founders whose vision, in the words of John Duley, are to make our community a “more just and human environment” This vision and commitment has paved the way to creating a more connected community.  

To learn more about how you can support and encourage the growth of the Edgewood Village Community Garden, please click here

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