Cathedral Square



About Cathedral Square Center


Cathedral Square Center is home to the administrative and ministry offices of the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids as well as the administrative offices of Catholic Charities West Michigan. The newly renovated 100,000 square foot Leadership in Energy and Efficiency (LEED) certified building, located at the corner of Wealthy Street and Division Avenue, also houses Michigan Church Supply and Saint Mary?s Health Care Pharmacy. The building?s second floor features the Catholic Information Center and the Wege Conference Center, a modern conference and meeting facility with state-of-the-art audio visual technology. Cathedral Square Center is part of an 11.5-acre campus called Cathedral Square which encompasses a three-block area of downtown Grand Rapids and is anchored by the Cathedral of Saint Andrew, the Mother Church of the diocese, Catholic Central High School and Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Health Care. Cathedral Square is highlighted by the Wege Gardens, a landscaped area on the east-facing side of Cathedral Square Center; the Piazza Secchia, an Italian-style piazza located between the cathedral and St. Andrew School, and Keeler Plaza, a welcoming space on the west-facing side of Cathedral Square Center. Cathedral Square including the center, were officially blessed, dedicated and opened on September 23, 2008.

Cathedral Square Center Construction Video