Galway Companies is proposing to replace the Washington Plaza shopping center with a seven-story, mixed-use project with housing and commercial space at the corner of North First Street and East Washington Avenue on the East Side.
The partners are moving to spend $2.6 million for the building, formerly Savers and Gander Mountain stores, at 2002 Zeier Road.
Thank to the State Journal for the great article on new vendors for the Madison Public Market.
Officials planning the long-awaited Madison Public Market revealed the project’s first five vendors Thursday, and most of them will be familiar to those who follow food carts and restaurants in Madison.
The city anticipates starting construction late this year and expects the market to open in late 2021. What’s left on the project’s to-do list?
For owner Karen Tardrew, Grasshopper Goods is a place to support artists and interpersonal connections, as well as a leap of faith into a new chapter of her life.
The Madison Public Market is expected to open in the fall of 2021.
The Public Market and private portions of the project are now proposed to be built in the opposite locations than previously planned for the East Side development.
Anne Reynolds, who retired from UW-Madison's Center for Cooperatives in January, leads the city's Public Market Development Committee.
It isn't scheduled to open until 2020, but attendees at Saturday's "Taste of the Madison Public Market" met some of the planned vendors.
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Madison's City Council adopted capital and operating spending plans for 2018 in a lengthy meeting ending in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Council members approved early Tuesday morning a $332.8 million capital budget that relies on $157.7 million in borrowing and a $314.8 million operating budget, which includes $231 million from property taxes.
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Public Market Development Committee members said the design plans lacked an iconic feature.
The preliminary design details the first phase of the project with a three-story public market and private retail and office space at the corner of East Washington Avenue and First Street.
An open house event for Madison's public market will take place Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the atrium of Boardman & Clark, 1 S. Pinckney St., and will feature interested public market vendors.
The Bodega, which held its first events in 2016, features farmers, artisans, locally produced beer and wine, antique dealers, craftspeople selling locally sourced goods and produce along with live music, interactive displays, a 60-foot-long inflatable zip line and free yard games.
The city is asking entrepreneurs, farmers, artists, makers and food producers to fill out a vendor interest questionnaire to inform the final design of the market
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Gov. Scott Walker said in November of 2015 he was interested in helping build the market.
The City Council approved a $369 million 2017 Capital Budget and will reconvene Tuesday to continue operating budget deliberations.
The Madison City Council approved a $360 million 2017 capital budget early Tuesday morning after making changes that will keep the Public Market on track to be designed next year.