Posts Tagged "mixed use"

Editorial urges Dane County to “think big” about Alliant Energy Center Redevelopment

Posted by on Sep 11, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Editorial urges Dane County to “think big” about Alliant Energy Center Redevelopment

The bold and exciting vision prepared by Vandewalle & Associates will be presented on Monday. This is "arguably the most important redevelopment opportunity in Dane County today," said Heinen. 

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Monona plans biggest redevelopment project in 20 years

Posted by on Aug 17, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Monona plans biggest redevelopment project in 20 years

Monona is getting ready to begin work on the $36 million, 7-1/2 acre Yahara Commons redevelopment, its biggest development in 20 years. The riverfront project that will convert run-down or vacant buildings surrounded by unruly weeds to a park, shops, restaurants and apartments.

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Waterloo’s Mayor Hart gives optimistic message on Waterloo growth

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Waterloo’s Mayor Hart gives optimistic message on Waterloo growth

"We have seen significant growth across our community," said Waterloo Mayor Quentin Hart. "And I'm happy to report no matter where you're at in the city of Waterloo-whether the north side, east side, south side, we are seeing development happening."

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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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Steele Report interviews TechWorks president and hotel developer

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Steele Report interviews TechWorks president and hotel developer

In a recent episode of The Steele Report, host Ron Steele of KWWL invited TechWorks President Cary Darrah and Courtyard Marriott developer Rodney Blackwell to discuss the projects and progress taking place at the TechWorks Campus in downtown Waterloo. (This link has since been removed by KWWL.)

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