New JDS plans keep low-income units together

Gebhardt Development, which is developing the housing portion of the Judge Doyle Square project, is again proposing to group low-cost apartments on three floors, according to an article in the Wisconsin State Journal.

Although the City of Madison’s Finance Committee has requested the low-cost units be spread throughout the building to avoid segregation from market-rate apartments, grouping them on separate floors is considered to be the most cost-effective way to build the housing component, a nine-story building on the block that holds the Madison Municipal Building.

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