The Yards is the third phase of Findorff Yards, a 266-unit residential community consisting of the Historic Tobacco Lofts Apartments, SEVEN27 and The Yards.Read More »
A nondescript, two-story, beige and brown brick building at 502 W. Main St. in Madison, that until recently housed a flower shop, sold for about the price of a few gallons of gas. A good deal, right? Sure, until you read the fine print: You buy it, you move it.Read More »
After years of waiting for redevelopment in the 700- to 900-block area of East Washington Avenue, Madison now is grappling with potentially too much interest in the troubled parcels.Read More »
By James Briggs The central Wisconsin city of Nekoosa would give just about anything to lure a developer’s golden shovel into its untapped land. But tax incentives and dirt-cheap parcels have failed to bring even one project to the Nekoosa ...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 ...
Tagged with: Binkowski Curt Brink Landmarks Commission Madison Mansion Hill Historic District Sather Silverstone Partners Urban Land Interests WHEDA Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development AuthorityRead More »
By Darryl Enriquez If Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz’s goal for breaking ground on the proposed Monona Terrace high-speed rail depot is to be met, officials must avoid lengthy policy debates that have prolonged or threatened other projects, local contractors and ...
Tagged with: Binkowski Board of Estimates Cieslewicz common council Dane County Regional Transit Authority Edgewater Hotel high-speed rail Madison Mark Clear Mielke Monona Terrace Plan Commission Rail train University of Wisconsin-Madison Urban Land Interests Wisconsin Department of Transportation WisDOTRead More »
By Paul Snyder Two proposed zoning amendments in Madison would remove roadblocks to the proposed Edgewater Hotel redevelopment and knock down restrictions on future lakefront projects. “I hope it’s a movement toward rationality and wanting to make things happen,” said ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Although a report predicts that filling Madison’s vacant office space will accelerate this year, construction of new office space probably will not follow quickly. Such construction probably is two years away, said Chris Caulum, senior real estate ...Read More »