Two Dane County committees voted Tuesday to formally recommend moving forward with a $148 million jail renovation plan that involves building a tower next to the existing Public Safety Building in downtown Madison.
A special city negotiating team is recommending Stone House Development, of Madison, over two other suitors to do a pricey mixed-use development above the large underground parking garage nearing completion at the Judge Doyle Square project Downtown.
In response to neighborhood concerns about losing access to fresh food, SSM Health is changing where it plans to build a $75 million first phase of a multi-decade redevelopment that would have displaced a grocery store on South Park Street.
On a recent Friday afternoon, about 20 employees of a commercial insurance leads company were busy working in a small, consolidated area on the sixth floor of a building on the former site of the Oscar Mayer plant on Madison's north side.
The Salvation Army of Dane County is restarting a bid to redevelop its current building and perhaps surrounding properties on the Near East Side for a roughly $25 million project that would deliver a new homeless shelter, transitional housing units with support services, and income-based and non-subsidized apartments.