Stellar Broadband finishes strong in 2023

EAST LANSING–Stellar Broadband, provider of fiber internet and technology services to multi-family communities across the Great Lakes region, announced the conclusion of an active 2023 in which it upgraded its facilities in 16 multifamily communities and engaged in the design and installation phases of 18 new communities.

With an expansive fiber network spanning six art data centers, Stellar Broadband has solidified its position by offering a comprehensive suite of technologies, including fiber broadband, door access systems, phones, video surveillance, and building management services to a vast network of 151 multi-family and student housing communities comprising 13,131 units, as well as serving 265 commercial businesses.

“As we enter our 24th year, Stellar continues to expand its portfolio, expanding relationships within an ever-growing network of real estate owners, developers, architects, owners’ representatives, construction management firms, property management firms, and, most importantly, the residents who benefit from the unparalleled technological experiences we deliver,” said Stellar Vice President Bill Knapp. “Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to all who have entrusted us with their confidence throughout this year and over the past remarkable 23 years.”

Stellar Broadband, founded in 2001 as Spartan Net, is the largest residential fiber internet service provider in the state of Michigan, serving over 139 communities with multi-Gigabit fiber internet. Today, Stellar Broadband provides a full portfolio of technologies and technology services for multi-family and student housing developments. Stellar services consist of structured wiring consulting, door entry and access control, engineered Wi-Fi, security, voice, television services, and various Internet of Things solutions for communities. To learn more, visit

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