Construction & Real Estate

Neighbors criticize Hill Farms project

A sprawling seven-block development bordered by University Avenue, Sheboygan Avenue, and Segoe Road has residents concerned about climate impact, parking issues, and affordability.

Plan Commission reconsiders approach

To address concerns about uneven public influence on city planning for land use, building height, density, parks, and access to transportation, Madison’s city Planning Division is proposing a new system.

Contentious proposal aims to improve downtown housing

A 10-story housing development proposed by Apex Real Estate and Walter Wayne Development is raising concerns about historic preservation, housing affordability, and traffic, but the developers think the benefits outweigh these concerns.

City approves $125 million ULI project 

The Madison City Council unanimously approved zoning changes for the Urban Land Interest Capitol Square redevelopment proposal that will preserve part of the American Exchange building on the Square.

In Business magazine