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Madison’s multifamily housing surge still picking up speed

Madison’s multifamily housing surge still picking up speed

To use a worn-out cliché, Madison’s multifamily building boom is a perfect storm, with several converging storm fronts. Those fronts include the need to modernize the city’s building stock and boost its tax base, the need to provide housing for young millennials toiling at Epic and other high-tech stalwarts, and the need to satisfy the cravings of aging baby boomers who want to sell their suburban homes and enjoy a little urban excitement.

$196M Hill Farms development takes another step toward completion

$196M Hill Farms development takes another step toward completion

The west side University Hill Farms neighborhood has been a buzzing beehive of private development over the past several years, with the area adding new residential units and a new Target while embarking on a highly anticipated Hilldale Shopping Center renovation that will add an upscale, open-air flair to the popular mall.

The Test of Time: Anniversary companies put the 'long' in longevity

The Test of Time: Anniversary companies put the 'long' in longevity

The gift of business longevity isn’t simply presented, it’s earned with smart decisions — strategic or otherwise — at several key intervals in the life of a business. In this, our annual toast to Dane County businesses that will celebrate milestone anniversaries ending in a 0 or 5 in the new year, we’ll reintroduce you to several longstanding companies that have continually adapted to changing times and customer needs.

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IBTV Coffee Break: Aaron Olver, economic development director, city of Madison

This week, IBTV Coffee Break interviews Aaron Olver, director of economic development for the city of Madison, to discuss opportunities for economic development around the state, to hear his perspectives on the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the impact of the recall election on economic development.

IBTV Coffee Break: Kurt Bauer, President/CEO WMC Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

This week’s IBTV Coffee Break is with Kurt Bauer, president/CEO of WMC – Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce. The statewide chamber of commerce represents over 3,500 of Wisconsin’s businesses, including many signature companies, with the average business represented having under 50 employees. In this interview, we get to hear about the organization, who it represents, some of its philanthropic activities, its new communications activities, why it appears to be focused on representing the political perspectives of a single party, and why the jobs situation in Wisconsin hasn’t been as strong as desired.

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