Waunakee Plan Commissioners Monday got a glimpse of how a new apartment building might look on the 200 block of East Main Street.
A new water tower mosaic sculpture, rising high above the Coakley Brothers Co. building, could serve as a beacon to the redeveloping Walker’s Point neighborhood.
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.
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.
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.
Developer Hovde Properties would like to see a mixed-use development go north in Waunakee, WI. The proposed development would offer 117 apartments, more than 14,000 square feet of retail space, and be located in the 200 block of Main Street, which is the village’s main road. The project is currently in the proposal stage, with no specific groundbreaking date.
WAUNAKEE, Wis. – A developer is proposing a mixed-use project for downtown Waunakee that would bring more than 100 apartments and retail space to the village’s main street. The building proposed by Hovde Properties would include 117 apartments and more than 14,000 square feet of retail space. It would be located in the 200 block of East Main Street, across from a development it built in 2014.
As Waunakee says goodbye to 2016, the community can look forward to several new projects in the year to come. From road construction to economic development, the dynamic village should continue to develop. The engineering and utility departments will spend much of their time and energy on the Hwy. Q replacement project. The $3.2 million project will include sewer replacement and new lighting spanning from Woodland Drive to Fourth Street and include new sidewalks.