The city will consider a proposal that transfers development rights from Beitler Real Estate to Mortenson Development.
Beitler Real Estate Services is seeking to transfer its development rights to a planned hotel to serve Monona Terrace, representing the latest shakeup of the massive Judge Doyle Square project.
The $30 million surplus will be divided among the city, the Madison School District, Dane County and Madison Area Technical College at a time when budgets are under pressure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway is proposing to use $47.2 million in federal stimulus funds for affordable housing, homelessness, violence prevention, economic development and other services.
Tony Gomez-Phillips' prairie-inspired planting connects Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture with a garden style that embodies his views of nature and how it interacts with humans.
Dane Dances, the free Monona Terrace rooftop series, now entering its 22th year, will be back at full strength for its August run.
The city's Plan Commission approved $60 million, 10-story housing project with commercial space and parking that will transform an older, low-profile piece of the Lake Monona skyline.
A man with a knife confronted two people who were fishing near the Monona Terrace Bike Path early Friday morning, Madison police reported.
Monona Terrace isn't holding its traditional, large summer rooftop concert series this year, but is offering a free, two-concert June program called Live @ Lake Vista.
The pain of the last year has also sparked a movement to forge a new Downtown, one that builds on past successes while focusing on being more inclusive and welcoming.
The Wyoming Valley School south of Spring Green is the only public elementary school designed by the famed architect and is now home to the Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center.
Madison's convention bureau has received a plan to create more convention center space at Monona Terrace across the parking deck from the orig…
After the COVID-19 pandemic wanes and the economy improves, the city should expand Monona Terrace to maximize the use and economic benefit of the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired community and convention center, a consultant says.
The State of Wisconsin Investment Board, or SWIB, is moving from its office building at 121 E. Wilson St. for larger, new facilities at the massive Madison Yards redevelopment on the city's West Side.
"We are asking for the opportunity to work with our local officials, to define a clear reopening plan for the events industry, to put into effect when the time is right."
"It clearly is a great location," said Downtown Ald. Mike Verveer, 4th District. "It's one that's been eyed by developers over the years."
The developer is proposing a nine-story structure that retains its curved shape but abandons the dramatic sheath of glass included in an earlier iteration.
After slashing shrinking room tax proceeds for tourism marketing, Monona Terrace and Overture Center in 2020 due to the COVID-19, the Madison Room Tax Commission on Monday delivered funding to those struggling entities for next year that still falls far short of pre-pandemic levels.
Madison's Room Tax Commission, facing dropping hotel room tax revenues, on Tuesday reluctantly made roughly $10 million in cuts.
The city projects hotel room tax revenues will drop roughly 50% from a budgeted $19.8 million to $9.7 million in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The man has been tentatively identified, though his name has not been released. No signs of foul play are evident, police say.
Despite no Wisconsin cheeses finishing in the final top three, state producers dominated the competition, earning 45 gold medals out of 132 categories.
Connie Thompson will replace Gregg McManners as executive director of the $76.1 million, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired facility that opened in 1997.
The mayor is considering Allen Ebert, executive director of the Children's Theater of Madison, and Connie Thompson, an adjunct professor at Edgewood College and associate director at Monona Terrace.