Madison Area Technical College (MATC) students will vacate the downtown campus at 211 N. Carroll St. at the end of the spring 2019 semester to make way for a new hotel.
Signs of further redevelopment on Main Street may soon appear if Hovde Properties begins demolition on the 200 block of the north side of the street.
A state board has offered its initial approval for Madison Area Technical College’s plan to lease its Downtown campus for a $130 million private development.
Dimension IV Madison Design Group is pleased to announce that it was the recipient of three awards last week during the AIA Wisconsin 2017 Conference of Architecture and the IIDA sponsored Celebrate In Design 2017 Design Competition.
Fyxation Bicycle Company in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood, is enjoying solid growth by supplying branded bikes to corporate buyers.
The Waunakee community on Sunday celebrated the service of 16 fellow residents and businesses who give of their time and talent to make the Waunakee area a better place.
On April 20, Madison College administrators officially recommended that the college enter into a ground lease with Hovde Properties and Drury Southwest for redevelopment of the Downtown Education Center (DTEC).
Well done, city officials, and congratulations to the developer, Beitler Real Estate Services of Chicago. They slowly but surely found a path to approval for this massive and transformative development after a previous proposal for the site fell through.
Jack Daniels, president of Madison Area Technical College, spoke in glowing terms Monday as he recommended a local developer and Missouri-based hotel company be awarded a contract to redevelop the school’s downtown campus.
Madison Area Technical College officials have picked a local company’s proposal to turn their Downtown campus building into an upscale hotel and construct a 10-story building on the rest of the block as their choice to redevelop the site just off Capitol Square.