Posts Tagged "mixed use"

Oscar Mayer Special Area Plan Process Looks at Options

Posted by on Aug 7, 2020 in News | 0 comments

MADISON, WISC. (Excerpts from Madison.com) – Vandewalle & Associates has been working with the City and neighborhoods to develop a reuse plan for the abandoned Oscar Mayer plant and revitalize the surrnounding northside.  Over eight months of community outreach, residents on the North and East side have expressed broad support for revitalizing the region. But many say the Oscar Mayer Special Area Plan would bring too much traffic and housing density to the neighborhood and result in the loss of key open space. And they oppose plans to locate a Metro Transit bus garage on the...

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Verona selects Steve Brown proposal for Sugar Creek site

Posted by on Jun 25, 2020 in News | 0 comments

Verona selects Steve Brown proposal for Sugar Creek site

VERONA, WISC. For the third time this month, City Alders discussed proposals for a 12-acre site south of West Verona Avenue, which includes the City’s historic, original graded school. In the final discussion–while a public pool had been a popular concept within the community–it was determined this site would not be the best location for a pool and required parking, and that the community placed a high priority on the retail space in the Steve Brown plan which could help connect disjointed shopping areas in the city’s core. The winning plan’s higher proportion of...

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Muncie breaks ground on White River Canal District redevelopment

Posted by on May 29, 2020 in News | 0 comments

Muncie breaks ground on White River Canal District redevelopment

White River Lofts, a mixed-use riverfront building and public plaza in Muncie's White River Canal District, is one of the identified catalytic projects in the Muncie Central City Redevelopment Plan developed by Vandewalle & Associates.

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Madison’s south side is changing, aiming to keep housing affordable

Posted by on Feb 28, 2020 in News | 0 comments

Madison’s south side is changing, aiming to keep housing affordable

MADISON, WISC. (Excerpts from madison.com) – The south side’s strategic position as the southern gateway to downtown, connection to major employment and education hubs, and its proximity to transportation corridors make the area prime for development. This area is also home to the city’s most diverse population, with pockets of African Americans, Latinos, Hmong and Nepalese, with a number of low-income apartment complexes. Yet with parts of the township being annexed to the city in 2022 and millions of dollars of new  public infrastructure improvements expected,...

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Eau Claire approves plans for Cannery District redevelopment

Posted by on Jan 22, 2020 in News | 0 comments

Eau Claire approves plans for Cannery District redevelopment

EAU CLAIRE, WISC. (excerpts from volumeone.org) – Eau Claire is moving forward with a new development in its Cannery District, located on the west side of the Chippewa River in downtown Eau Claire. In late December, the city’s Redevelopment Authority approved a new redevelopment plan for the neighborhood, which is composed primarily of former industrial properties between East Madison Street and the High Bridge.  The plan, which was created by Madison-based Vandewalle & Associates, includes detailed renderings of what the roughly 41-acre neighborhood could look like in the...

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