A beautiful day to demolish a 35-year-old building.
Terrence Wall begins major redevelopment in downtown Middleton. (Madison.com, 5/4/2016)
After staging a ceremonial partial demolition last week, developer Terrence Wall on Tuesday resumed demolition of Old Middleton Centre to make way for his latest development, which will add more than 200 apartments to the area bounded by Elmwood, Hubbard and Terrace avenues and Parmenter Street.
And the walls came tumbling down.
Compare the view #1 below.
Original 4/23/2016 post starts here.
The 35-year-old retail/office development of six similarly designed buildings never found its mojo from the start.
1818 Parmenter Street and 7507 Hubbard Avenue locations in particular.
View #1. As you can see from the windows, the demo has already begun.
Next year: 7611 Hubbard and 7609 Elmwood
2018: 1800 Parmenter and 7600 Terrace.
The new T. Wall development will also include office and retail as well as 200+ apartments.
UPDATE: Middleton Plan Commission to review downtown historic core parking options.
- Parking a concern with T. Wall Old Middleton Centre makeover. (4/1/2016)
- Possibly Coming Soon to This Location: A Mixed-Use (Retail/Residential), Development (4/29/2015)