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Committee approves Judge Doyle Square plan

Madison’s finance committee unanimously approved Beitler Real Estate Services’ plans for Judge Doyle Square, a $170 million project that would include 354 apartments, a 252-room hotel, retail, office space, and parking in downtown Madison. The public’s portion, $43 million, includes $24 million in tax incremental financing.

June 2016

Tired Westgate Mall eyed for redevelopment

Discussions are underway for a possible renovation of Westgate Mall in Madison at Whitney Way and Odana Roads, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.

June 2016

Summit CU HQ will not go up on East Wash

Plans to build a 10-story Summit Credit Union headquarters in the 1000 block of East Washington Avenue have been shelved due to construction costs in the downtown area, according to reports.

June 2016

Garver Feed Mill redevelopment plans resurface

Plans are moving forward to transform the former Garver Feed Mill and surrounding 11 acres into an artisan food processing facility surrounded by 50 microlodges for overnight stays, retail, office, demonstration gardens, event space, and parking for 149 cars and 76 bikes.

June 2016

More security for East, West Towne Malls

East and West Towne Malls, owned by CBL & Associates Properties Inc., announced plans to enhance security, including the installation of a state-of-the-art video camera system monitoring both the interior and exterior of the malls.

June 2016

New city planning director named

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin selected Heather Stouder as the city’s new Planning Division director, replacing Katherine Cornwell, who left earlier this year.

June 2016

Cellular Dynamics to focus on eyes

Madison-based Cellular Dynamics International Inc. has entered into a cooperative research and development agreement with the National Eye Institute to study a cell transplantation therapy for the treatment of retinal degenerative diseases such as macular degeneration.

June 2016

Bergstrom opens new Chevy dealership

Bergstrom Automotive held a grand opening for its new Chevrolet dealership, located next to the company’s Cadillac dealership at Fish Hatchery Road and the Beltline.

June 2016

Will businesses be liable for gun-related injuries?

Rep. Bob Gannon (R–Slinger) has proposed a bill requiring businesses that ban guns to pay triple damages should gun-violence injuries occur on their premises.

June 2016

Waukesha to buy water from Lake Michigan

After years of debate, the multistate Great Lakes–St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Council unanimously approved a plan for the City of Waukesha to purchase water from Lake Michigan for use only in its existing service area.

June 2016
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