Madison has chosen New Year Investments, a partner with deep ties to the city and a history of local development, to help lead a public-private process to revitalize and redevelop roughly 340 units of dated and worn public housing.
The $76 million jail consolidation will add four floors to the existing Public Safety Building and close the outdated jail in the City-County Building as well as the Ferris Center.
The new study from Mead and Hunt will focus on immediate life and safety needs in the existing jail, as well as implementing work group recommendations.
Four groups are in the running for largest public real estate deal in Wisconsin since Miller Park.
More than one Columbia County supervisor said Wednesday that their willingness to approve spending an additional $50,000 for a consultant doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll vote to spend $55 million for a county building project.
The 317-unit apartment building is scheduled to open its first 86 units in August 2014. It replaces three older buildings known as Dayton Square.
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City officials approved an apartment proposal requiring the demolition of three residence buildings Monday despite concerns about affordable h…
Classes already are being held in the $12 million, 44,000-square foot building, which will be dedicated Saturday.
When the public visits Madison's Central Library in late 2013, the location and skeleton will be the same, but inside it will be "completely unrecognizable from what it is today," Mayor Dave Cieslewicz said Tuesday.
A trio of Madison committees gave a largely warm reception to evolving concepts for the reconstruction of the Central Library, encouraging a bold, colorful, vibrant design that makes a statement.—
But some committee members voiced concerns about whether the final design can meet a $29.5 million budget proposed by Mayor Dave Cieslewicz in the 2011 capital budget.
The design is still evolving, but the city's architect on Thursday offered ideas for a $29.5 million Central Library renovation featuring a glassy new entrance and other facade improvements and a partial third floor.
The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the Madison Senior Center, 330 W. Mifflin St., just down the street from the existing Central Library downtown.
Construction began this week on a new building for Settlers bank, DeForest.
The new building, at 4021 Meridian Drive, DeForest, will have 10,000 square feet of space, about five times as much as Settlers' current offices at 128 Commerce St.
Budgets are tight, and as a result a new exterior or another floor for Madison's Downtown library are in doubt. But officials say it's early, and planning and finances are still being finalized.