Park Towne News & Notes
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Development News for the Week of: 11/3/18 - 11/9/18
 
 
The cities of Madison and Fitchburg are digging deeper into changing a deal to dissolve the town of Madison. Leaders from the cities had discussions Monday and Wednesday on accelerating the town's absorption - now scheduled under a three-way, 15-year-old agreement for Oct. 31, 2022 - as well as changes to the final boundaries and fiscal matters.
- Wisconsin State Journal

 
At the first neighborhood meeting to discuss a proposed affordable housing development on Schroeder Road, there were a lot of questions and concerns. Ald. Matt Phair, District 20, one of the two alders hosting the meeting, estimated that about 80 percent of the over 150 attendees seemed to oppose the project.
-The Cap Times  

 
  After receiving land use approvals, an affordable housing project for veterans and their families on East Washington Avenue is one step closer to reality.
-The Cap Times
Around the State and Points Elsewhere  
 


Klein-Dickert is planning to develop new offices and a glass manufacturing operation in the city of Pewaukee. The company, known formally as Klein-Dickert Milwaukee Inc., would develop the 53,000-square-foot, one-story building on a 10.2-acre parcel at W227 N4755 Duplainville Road.
-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
 
The long-awaited plan to redevelop Glendale's troubled Bayshore Town Center calls for more housing and offices, and less retail space - along with millions of dollars of city financing help.
-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
 
A historic mansion on Milwaukee's south side, later home to the Wildenberg Hotel, would be redeveloped for commercial use, under a new proposal.
Also, about 45 units of affordable housing would be added to the grounds behind the hotel - last home to a mobile home court that was demolished.
-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
 
A Muskego apartment development's opening is being delayed after building inspectors found unapproved design changes. 
-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


Milwaukee's long-delayed Couture apartment high-rise is getting some good news. The project has cleared a major hurdle in obtaining a key federal loan guarantee to finance its construction.
-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel