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Border could separate project success, failure

Paul Snyder [email protected] 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 ...

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Developer drops downtown Madison residential project

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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WHEDA pursues hiring, contracting law

By Sean Ryan The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority is trying to prevent its hiring and contracting standards from disappearing when control of state government changes hands. A bill that received public hearings Monday and Tuesday requires the agency ...

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Wis. agency will resume lending to home buyers (9:55 a.m. 2/12/10)

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin’s affordable housing agency says it will resume lending to first-time home buyers after suspending loans for 17 months. The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority says it will begin offering a new loan product to ...

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