Published: October 27, 2011
Tags: Adam Plotkin, Bob Dunn, Capitol Neighborhoods Inc., Edgewater, Edgewater Hotel, Eugene Devitt, Fred Mohs, Hammes Co., hotel, Landmark X, Mark Clear, Paul Soglin, Peter Ostlind, redevelopment, Sheridan Glen
A state appellate court Thursday rejected the arguments of two Madison residents fighting the Edgewater Hotel redevelopment, inching the project closer to a construction start.
Published: October 20, 2011
Tags: 611 N. Broadway St., David Paris, First MKD, Gary Kuhn, hotel, Loyalty Building, Michael Krill, Milwaukee, Sir Mortgage, Terry Teper
The Michigan Street Diner, which will close by the end of the month, and the Loyalty Dental office are the last two tenants in Milwaukee’s Loyalty Building, which is slated to be converted into a 128-room Hilton Garden Inn.
Published: September 23, 2011
Tags: 611 N. Broadway, Denis Regan, First MKD, Gary Kuhn, hotel, Loyalty Building, Loyalty Dental, Milwaukee, MKD, Robert Bauman, Sir Mortgage
A sham lawsuit is upending the two remaining tenants of the Loyalty Building in downtown Milwaukee, the owner of a restaurant in the building says.
Published: September 6, 2011
Tags: budget, common council, Edgewater Hotel, hotel, Madison, Paul Soglin
The city of Madison will drastically cuts its contribution to the Edgewater Hotel expansion project in a move announced Tuesday by Mayor Paul Soglin.
Published: September 1, 2011
Tags: Ed Carow, hotel, Jackson Street Management, Marriott, Milwaukee Street, Schwanke-Kasten, Wisconsin Avenue
Jackson Street Management LLC, the developer for the planned Marriott in Milwaukee, has closed on the purchase of the hotel property near the corner of East Wisconsin Avenue and North Milwaukee Street, the company announced Thursday.
Published: July 3, 2011
Tags: Delavan Lake Lawn LLC, Denise Peironi, hotel, Jim Drescher, Lake Lawn Resort
By TOM DAYKIN Milwaukee Journal Sentinel DELAVAN, Wis. (AP) — As summer officially arrived, Lake Lawn Resort was a buzz of activity. It didn’t involve guests checking in, or wedding parties and corporate events filling the banquet rooms. Instead, it was work crews replacing a leaky window, repairing a fireplace chimney, patching a roof and [...]
Published: June 1, 2011
Tags: Bob Sieger, Brian Brandstetter, Camp Randall Stadium, Connie Barbian, Cornerstone Hotel Management, hotel, Hotel Red, Inn Development and Management Group, Jon Standridge, Kraemer Brothers, Madison, Red Hospitality, University of Wisconsin-Madison, UW-Madison, Vilas Neighborhood Association
By James Briggs A Madison hotel that shut down one month before construction was supposed to wrap up in 2009 soon could open for business. Neighbors and prospective guests, though, have heard similar promises for two years regarding Hotel Red, a 48-room, $6.5 million building across the street from Camp Randall Stadium. The hotel was [...]
Published: February 28, 2011
Tags: Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, Committee of the Whole, Harold Mester, hotel, Michael Cudahy, Milwaukee Public Museum, O'Donnell Park, O'Donnell Park parking garage, parking, Theo Lipscomb
By Caley Clinton Milwaukee philanthropist Michael Cudahy introduced a new plan Monday for O’Donnell Park that includes a smaller parking structure, a hotel and a 12-story office building. Cudahy indicated the hotel would likely be high-end, said Harold Mester, county board public information manager. Cudahy also proposed building a second 12-story building at a later [...]
Published: January 19, 2011
Tags: Amy Supple, Capitol Neighborhoods, common council, Edgewater, Edgewater Hotel, Electrical Workers Local 159, Fred Mohs, Hammes Co., hotel, Julia Kerr, Lake Mendota, lawsuit, Madison, Mark Hoffman, tax-incremental financing district, TIF
By James Briggs After more than a year of debate surrounding the $98 million redevelopment of Madison‘s Edgewater Hotel, the last municipal hurdle for developer Hammes Co. came down to a mythical tent. Madison has approved an operating agreement, which dictates public access to Lake Mendota. The agreement stalled for more than a month as [...]
By Paul Snyder Design work for an 820-stall underground parking ramp in Madison will stay in neutral until someone claims the real estate on top of the project. The interest is there, but the Madison Parking Utility needs a name on the dotted line, said Bill Knobeloch, the city’s parking operations manager. “Until we know [...]
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