Even if the sides work things out, Beitler Real Estate of Chicago no longer intends to design the hotel and apartments as shimmering glass-sheathed towers and plans to replace underground parking with a swimming pool, city documents say.
Dean Mosiman covers Madison city government for the Wisconsin State Journal.
The 100 percent Renewable Madison plan would require up-front investments of $95 million but promises to dramatically reduce emissions and deliver substantial savings over time.
In their first debate, Soglin and Rhodes-Conway drew differences on housing, the city's rising debt, public safety, transportation, racial equity and economic development.
The debates and forums are set at locations across the city and all except one sponsored by high school students are open to the general public.
The 50-foot obelisk is missing from a concept sketch for the renovation of the UW Field House and surrounding plaza.
A lot of housing is being built in Madison, but experts say it’s far from enough.
Welton Enterprises is now proposing a 30,000-square-foot grocery and a separate four-story building with 52 mixed-income housing units.
Madison and other municipalities are largely applauding Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed budget, cheering the prospect of more state aid and voicing …
After years of tight levy limits, Gov. Tony Evers is proposing a series of budget changes that would let local governments raise more funds and have the state provide more revenue to municipalities and counties.