Hovde Properties Plans $40 Million Downtown Racine Project with Hotel & Apartments Hovde Properties plans a more than $40 million apartment and hotel development on Racine’s waterfront on land where city officials in 2017 had envisioned a conference center. The project at 233 Lake Ave. would have two market-rate apartment buildings standing up to five…
Couple Opens Orange Shoe Gym on Waunakee’s Main St. The brick wall, part of the original structure from the former Koltes Lumber Building on East Main Street, sold them. Kelly Haas and Tom Slaten had looked at five or six other spaces in Waunakee for their Orange Shoe Personal Fitness location before deciding on the…
The former Rodefeld homestead at Cottage Grove Road and Sprecher Road on the east side of Madison could become the site for a new apartment complex in two years.
Hovde Breaks Ground on Lamphouse Apartments & Retail Village officials, along with representatives of Hovde Properties and Chamber of Commerce members gathered May 9 to break ground on the new 101-unit apartment building on East Main Street between Madison and Water streets In the planning stages for nearly a year, the $21 million mixed-use development…
Historical Trust Withdraws Landmark Nomination for Churchill Building, Clearing Roadblock for WHS Museum Expansion
The Wisconsin Historical Society wants to expand its Capitol Square museum, and the huge project is now one step closer to reality.
Despite opposition from a number of residents, the Waunakee Village Board Monday gave its approval to a Tax Incremental Finance district for the Main Street area.
On his final night as Wisconsin governor 17 years ago, Tommy Thompson danced the polka in front of a packed Assembly chamber and proposed a $75 million “world-class history center” to be built in Downtown Madison.
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.