Developer proposes housing for east side convenience store property

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Developer Brandon Cook is proposing the demolition of a closed Stop-N-Go store on the city’s east side to make way for a $5 million housing and commercial space project, according to a Wisconsin State Journal report. The four-story project would include 24 market-rate apartments, 14 underground parking spaces, and 1,052 square feet of commercial space at 2002 Winnebago St. The convenience store has been closed since March after the Madison City Council denied a liquor license for the store. The location was also once home to a post office and laundromat. Cook hopes to begin construction in March 2022 after securing land use approvals of the latest proposal.