By Paul Snyder Madison developers and residents cannot agree on a predictable way to approve projects even though that is what the city’s mayor is demanding. Curt Brink, a Madison developer, said developers need to know they can propose a ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder A developer is killing a downtown Madison housing proposal, freeing up a property in a historic district with a reputation for challenging developers. Tom Sather, president of Silverstone Partners Inc., said he will not proceed with a ...
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By Paul Snyder Madison leaders are hung up on the strings to attach to a $4.1 million pot of city money for affordable-housing developers in the city. The city’s Housing Committee is reviewing a proposed amendment to the 2003 ordinance ...Read More »
Paul Snyder [email protected] Consensus might be an impossible dream for a Madison plan that will guide downtown development for the next 25 years. “Some themes develop,” said Mark Olinger, director of Madison’s Department of Planning and Development. “But even at ...Read More »
Paul Snyder [email protected] Madison wants its new â€œone-stop shopâ€ Web site to eliminate some of the confusion and frustration developers and residents experience when seeking project approval. â€œThe hope is that this encourages more development,â€ said Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz. ...Read More »