Gov. Tony Evers met with the mayors of Wisconsin's five largest cities behind closed doors for about an hour on Wednesday, one of the first official acts of his second term.
Developers looking to update the Lakeview Community Center in Racine announced on Wednesday they would put their plans on the shelf for an indeterminate time as rising costs of materials and interest rates were grinding the planning process.
A developer on Tuesday rolled out plans to turn a city-owned waterfront site in downtown Racine into an apartment complex and hotel that could be worth $40 million.
Foxconn Technology Group has bought a three-story building in downtown Racine to house a research and development center — just 9 miles from its main manufacturing plant in Mount Pleasant, where construction is already underway.
State and local officials on Monday announced steps they'd be taking to train Racine County residents for the surge of construction work that's expected to result from Foxconn Technology Group’s plans to build a massive factory in the Racine County village of Mount Pleasant.
Racine Mayor Cory Mason is vetoing money approved for a $55 million events center in the city's downtown.
Rep. Cory Mason is urging Great Lakes governors to reject a Milwaukee suburb's request to draw water from Lake Michigan, pointing to shortcomings in state enforcement.
An Iowa developer has received conditional approval to receive historical-preservation tax credits for the renovation of a landmark hotel in downtown Green Bay.
Absent from a list of projects that made the cut for the state’s increased historic preservation tax credit is the hotel where Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill authorizing the boost to the development incentive.
There is no legal limit on the use of Wisconsin’s recently quadrupled historic-preservation tax credit, but a top economic development official can protect state coffers by single-handedly rejecting projects.
The Wisconsin Senate went into recess in its special session Tuesday without taking action to double the tax credit the state offers for the renovation of historic buildings.
Racine Mayor John Dickert predicts a 20 percent state tax credit for renovating historic properties would be high enough to attract developers from outside Wisconsin and even overseas to his city.
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