Developers have won final city approvals for a $43 million, six-story, mixed-use project with lower-income housing, grocery store and parking at a long-vacant, city-owned property at 1402 S. Park St.
Mariam and Joe Maldonado opened 2,300-square-foot Luna's Groceries in early 2019 in the Allied Dunn's Marsh neighborhood but their second store will offer up 24,000 square-feet of groceries and could open in 2022.
Plans call for a glassy, five-story, 180,000-square-foot clinic to replace the clinic's three-story, 60-year-old facility at 1313 Fish Hatchery Road.
The Finance Committee also recommended an agreement with Stone House Development to build an affordable housing project at Judge Doyle Square.
Madison city staff is recommending Rule Enterprises over three other development teams to bring a grocery, housing and parking to the 3.5-acre, city-owned Truman Olson site on South Park Street.
Two developers submitted proposals for the vacant 3.5-acre lot at 1402 S. Park St. which formerly held the Truman Olson Army Reserve Center.