Posts Tagged "implementation"

Mayfair Collection area in Wauwatosa advances with $20 M in City cash

Posted by on Feb 8, 2019 in News | 0 comments

Mayfair Collection area in Wauwatosa advances with $20 M in City cash

WAUWATOSA, WI. The next phase of Wauwatosa’s Mayfair Collection mixed-use development is ready to proceed, with the city agreeing to pay about $20 million to advance the project. The terms of the agreement outline and provide infrastructure support for the creation of seven development sites that can accommodate up to 750 residential units and 360,000 square feet of office space. Specifically, the terms provide for the demolition and environmental remediation of the remaining warehouse buildings on the interior of the development site as well as the extension of...

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Racine advances 6th St. Gospel Lighthouse renovation for new riverfront housing

Posted by on Aug 24, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Racine advances 6th St. Gospel Lighthouse renovation for new riverfront housing

If you cross the Sixth Street bridge these days between Racine Street and South Memorial Drive, you can see that a galvanized metal shell has been partially torn off a three-story brick building next to the bridge. It’s the start of a multibuilding apartment development called Edge of the River that is to span both sides of the Sixth Street Bridge and part of the area planned by Vandewalle & Associates.

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Racine Uptown vision and plan implementation moves forward with new housing

Posted by on Aug 23, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Racine Uptown vision and plan implementation moves forward with new housing

An $18 million, 77-unit workforce housing complex is set to come to the Uptown area. “We just don’t build buildings like this anymore," said Racine Mayor Cory Mason. "These are places that people want to be. These are buildings that are worth saving. The other reason it’s important,” Mason said, “is it’s another step forward to stabilize and revitalize Uptown. It’s one of our major commitment areas.

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Waterloo pedestrian bridge renovation lights up the riverfront

Posted by on Dec 1, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Waterloo pedestrian bridge renovation lights up the riverfront

The walkway and bridge were built around 1974, according to City Engineer Eric Thorson. The walkway’s deteriorated conditions had been a point of criticism over the years, along with vandalism. That has changed. “There’s so much more activity downtown,” Thorson said “Downtown has really come back.”

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‘Village feel’ suggested for Alliant Energy Center redevelopment

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in News | 0 comments

‘Village feel’ suggested for Alliant Energy Center redevelopment

Chicago firm Hunden Strategic Partners is suggesting the Alliant Energy Center campus be redeveloped to create a “village feel,” while renovating and expanding existing structures including the Dane County Coliseum. The redevelopment would have a price tag of more than $240 million.

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