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Archive of: Commercial Development Biz Report

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Gorman proposes housing complex for vets

Gorman and Co. is proposing a $15.1 million housing complex for veterans at 1326 E. Washington Ave. in Madison on the former site of Messner Inc.

January 2018

Embassy Suites proposed for JDS

Beitler Real Estate Services is proposing that the 253-room hotel slated for the massive, $170 million Judge Doyle Square redevelopment project in downtown Madison becomes an Embassy Suites.

January 2018

Just moved in, Exact Sciences plans expansion

Madison-based Exact Sciences, the developer of Cologuard, a non-invasive screening test for colon cancer, announced plans for a 77,000-square-foot expansion.

December 2017

Fleet Farm breaks ground in DeForest

Construction on a $25 million, 218,600-square-foot Mills Fleet Farm store has begun in DeForest.

December 2017

2018 IB Executive of the Year winners announced

In Business magazine has announced the 2018 Executive of the Year Award recipients.

December 2017

School Board eyes land for new school

Noting that it currently does not own land for new schools on the far west side, Madison School Board members voted to submit a $2,050,000 offer for an eight-acre parcel of land in a future Veridian Homes subdivision named Acacia Ridge.

December 2017

Local buildings rewarded for historic value

Madison’s Tenney Building at the corner of East Main and South Pinckney streets on the Capitol Square has found its place on the National Register of Historic Places.

December 2017

Bids on new fire station too high

Bids on a new Madison Fire Station No. 14 in the 3100 block of Dairy Drive are came in well over the city’s estimated costs of $5.8 million.

December 2017

Increase in tax credit program floated

Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Falls and Rep. Mike Rohrkaste, R-Neenah are proposing that a $500,000 per project cap on historic tax credit allocations for individual projects be increased to $3.5 million.

December 2017

Breese Stevens upgrade eyed

The city of Madison is considering a $1.1 million proposal from the city’s Parks Division to add a one-story, 3,750-square-foot concessions and restrooms building next to the grandstand at Breese Stevens Field.

December 2017
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