Published: September 22, 2011
Tags: common council, digestive health clinic, Krupp General Contractors, Maidson, Mark Clear, Paul Lenhart, storm-water runoff, Tim Parks, University Avenue, wellhead protection zone
The city of Madison has saddled Krupp General Contractors LLC with 104 conditions to keep a $100 million west side redevelopment rolling.
Published: August 17, 2011
Tags: health clinic, Krupp General Contractors, Madison, University Avenue, University of Wisconsin, Urban Design Commission, Whitney Way
By Adam Wise A city of Madison builder on Wednesday cleared its first hurdle toward construction of a major development. Krupp General Contractors LLC, Madison, received initial approval from the Urban Design Commission for its planned 14-acre, mixed-use development near the intersection of University Avenue and Whitney Way. The Commission labored for more than two [...]
Published: June 27, 2011
Tags: Bethel Lutheran Church, Bill Fruhling, Cousins, Dane County 2011, Dave Cieslewicz, Don Morello, Gorham Street, Johnson Street, Landmarks Commission, Madison, Peder Moren, Steensland House, Stu Levitan, University Avenue, University of Wisconsin
In Madison, where construction cranes crisscross the skyline, buildings are stretching toward the clouds, led by an influx of high-rise residential and University of Wisconsin buildings.
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org Eighty feet could mean the difference between failure and success for affordable housing along a Madison area corridor. University Avenue is all that separates two housing projects. The first, proposed by Warrenville, Ill.-based Andover Hill Investments LLC on the village of Shorewood Hills side of the avenue, drowned in a sea of [...]
By Paul Snyder A parking dispute between a Madison developer and a church congregation has helped put plans for a $4.2 million office project on hold. Apex Enterprises Inc., Madison, has requested city staff members place its rezoning request for the project on file, which effectively freezes the proposal. Steve Yoder, Apex president, said the [...]
Paul Snyder email@example.com An estimated $3.5 million project by the city of Madison to resurface Monroe Street will be pushed back at least one year in an effort to reduce stress on drivers. Deputy City Engineer Rob Phillips said with the second phase of reconstruction work on University Avenue scheduled for 2010, traffic flows through [...]