October 13, 2016. The final shots. (Or so I say for now.)
All photos by Retiring Guy
And there are even more projects in the pipeline. The Lux, a 12-story, 160-unit apartment complex, opens this summer on West Johnson Street; Uncommon, a 10-story, 179-unit building on North Bassett Street, opens this fall; and The James, a 12-story, 367-unit complex built by the same developer as The Hub, opens next summer on University Avenue.
Domain and Lux residents practically share balconies.
Other "Towering Isthmus" posts:
UPDATE. Anchor Bank Capital Square development. (10/22/2016)
UPDATE. Another look at Ovation 309. (10/22/2016)
UPDATE. Oh, the sun shines bright on my hubbA hubBa home...". (10/15/2016)
'Boutique' just means you can't afford to stay there. (10/15/2016)
UPDATE. Uncommon, the final shot. (9/16/2016)
UPDATE. Capitol's Edge Apartments, the final shots. (9/16/2016)
Another development starts to rise along East Washington Avenue. (8/23/2016)
AC Hotel Madison at East Washington & North Webster (view from Capitol observation deck). (7/4/2016)
UPDATE: The Lux on West Johnson Street. (1/15/2016)
UPDATE: Madison Plan Commission rejects 10-story boutique hotel to take place of Pahl Tire. (10/14/2015)
UPDATE: 9 more stories to go. (9/26/2015)
670,000 square foot development risin' on the 800 block of East Washington. (4/19/2015)
Sleeping and entertainment destination to rise in the middle of this photo. (1/11/2015)
A behemoth hogs the skyline from Bascom Hill. (12/14/2014)
Cranes at dusk. (12/11/2014)
UPDATE: The Towering Isthmus: The Towers of Porta Bella. (11/23/2013)
The Hub, the new hulk in town. (11/16/2014)
North Bedford Street Project Still in the Proposal Stage. (11/11/2014)
Coming soon: Another chapter in The Towering Isthmus Saga? (9/19/2014)
Blue Velvet. (9/10/2014)
The New Edgewater Hotel gets ready for its fireworks celebration. (9/10/2014)
Among the first wave of towers on the Isthmus. (9/9/2014)
For those of you who haven't stood at the intersection of West Gilman and State Street in Madison Wisconsin lately. (9/9/2014)
A tree grows on West Gilman Street. (9/9/2014)
Nobly or otherwise, this is no longer the question. (9/8/2014)
Deconstruction complete at 17, 19, 25 North Webster and 201 East Mifflin Streets. (9/7/2014)
The towering isthmus (left to right). (8/27/2014)
The Towering Isthmus (and the 3 cranes): For folks who can afford the view. (7/22/2014)
That Was Then, This is Now: The 400 Block of West Gilman. (7/18/2014)
New housing rising. (5/8/2014)
Cranes over Porta Bella. (4/22/2014)
March 20, 2016
Bathed in sunlight.
Some Domain residents now have newly shady, almost shaved balconies.
Needed to photograph this behemoth from a different perspective.
Continuing to rise. (9/24/2015)
The structure starts to rise. (8/10/2015)
The view looking east on West Johnson. (Not a Findorff crane.) That's the Domain just beyond the construction site.
The foundation work is well underway. (6/19/2015)
And say hello to this new hole in the ground. (4/3/2015)
Photos by Retiring Guy
Johnson Bend, an upscale high-rise, will be taking shape here.
Original post starts here.
And say hello to
- Mechanical parking garage!!
- Rooftop pool!!!
Luxury apartments approved for Downtown. (Wisconsin State Journal, 11/11/2014)
The Madison Plan Commission approved on a voice vote developer Les Orosz’s proposal for a 12-story, 160-unit apartment building at 425-435 W. Johnson St. The curved building would replace three existing apartment buildings.
The building’s most notable feature — a roughly $3 million, 150-stall mechanical parking garage — caused a variety of questions from commissioners.
Meet the neighbors!
Here's a video, complete with groovy soundtrack, showing how a mechanical parking system works.