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Archive of: Sports & Recreation Biz Report

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Princeton Club buying Gold’s Gym

The Princeton Club fitness chain will acquire Gold’s Gym at 2920 Hardrock Road in Fitchburg.

January 2018

Closing courses may still not be enough

As Madison’s Golf Subcommittee weighs whether or not to close nine-hole Monona Golf Course or all or part of the 36-hole Yahara Hills Golf Course to sustain the city’s Golf Enterprise, even that may not be enough.

January 2018

Central Park to be renamed

Madison’s Parks Foundation has received approval from the Parks Commission to rename Madison’s Central Park in honor of Milton McPike who served as East High School’s principal from 1979–2002.

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

Outdoor boutique opens on Monroe Street

Hive of Madison has opened at 1904 Monroe St. in Madison.

November 2017

Duluth Trading outfits U.S. luge team

Duluth Trading Co. is now the official off-sled clothing provider of the U.S. luge team.

November 2017

Middleton Cycle sold

Bicycle retailer Wheel & Sprocket has purchased the assets and inventory of Middleton Cycle from its long-time owner, Dan Fass.

November 2017

Taekwondo studio opens on east side

Middleton’s Silver Lining Taekwon-do at 3170 Deming Way is opening an east side location at 1746 Eagan Road in Madison near the Princeton Club East.

October 2017

Yahara or Monona: Golf debate continues

As the Madison Parks Commission weighs all financial options surrounding the city’s four public golf courses, the question is whether to close the 36-hole Yahara Hills Golf Course or the nine-hole Monona Golf Course.

October 2017

Judge Doyle Square to include $1M bike center

The city of Madison is looking for an operator of its $1 million bike center in the Judge Doyle Square project downtown, and it may be Freewheel Community Bike Shop, a nonprofit that currently operates a facility on South Park Street.

October 2017
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