The Hovde Foundation Opens a New Hovde House in La Paz, Bolivia
A home for girls and teenagers living in the streets Madison, WI – February 22, 2019 – In the area of Huajchilla, Bolivia, south of the city of La Paz, a new home named “Hovde House: Marta Bedoya de Claure” has opened its doors for thirty vulnerable girls and teenagers Read More »
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 Village Crossing. It had Read More »
Apartments Proposed for Former Rodefeld Homestead
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 will include approximately Read More »
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.
Hovde proposes makeover for downtown building
First, it acquired the building, and now, Hovde Properties is proposing a $15 million to $18 million renovation of the AT&T building at 316 W. Washington Ave., which was built in 1970.
Developer proposes remake of dated Downtown office building
As investment continues to pour into the Isthmus, a prominent developer is now proposing a $15 million to $18 million face-lift and renovation for a big but bland and dated Downtown office building.
Funding secured for Ovation 309
U.S. Bank and Hovde West Johnson LLC have closed on a $49 million loan that will finance the construction of Ovation 309, a downtown mixed-use living center at 309 W. Johnson St. When complete, Ovation 309 will include a 14-story apartment tower with 255 units, 9,500 square feet of retail and nearly 44,700 square feet of office space –including an office condominium for the city of Madison Fire Department’s administration.
Village OKs Koltes site TIF deal
The Waunakee Village Board Tuesday approved an economic incentive package for Hovde Properties to help finance construction of a multi-unit commercial building on the Koltes Lumber site.
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