Friday, September 22, 2017

UPDATE. Second-story framing underway at Monroe Street upscale mixed-use development



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9/3/2017 update, "Structural work takes shape at Monroe Street upscale mixed-use development", starts here.

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8/13/2017 update, "Foundation work continues at Monroe Street upscale mixed-use development", starts here.



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Waiting for floor plans to be posted at Gregg Shimanski Realty Inc


5/28/2017 update, "Excavation work continues and foundation work underway", starts here.




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Panorama

CaS4 doesn't do Facebook much anymore.


5/13/2017 update, "Razing completed and excavation underway at Monroe Street mixed-use development", starts here.

The razing was well underway by April 18th.


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And now the excavation is underway.




3/27/2017 update, "Buildings to be razed for Monroe Street mixed-use development are now vacant", begins here.

From either angle....


....nicht zu Haus.


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You'll be able to move in just in time for this big project!

Source:  City of Madison

Leonard St. to Regent St. translation:  Edgewood College to the UW Field House.

Happy motoring!


3/14/2017 update, "Construction of Monroe Street mixed-use development to begin soon", starts here.

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Monroe Street development to feature upscale apartments, possibly a bank.  (Capital Times, 3/1/2017)
One  less story to construct.  The 61,000 square-foot [44-unit] building will host studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, all of which include balconies.There are 43 underground parking spaces, a gym and community living area.

CaS4 rendering

Original 4/14/2016 post, "Another mixed-use development proposed for Madison's Monroe Street". starts here.

The building at center would be razed to make way for a 5-story mixed-use development. 

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Developer says Monroe Street mixed-use proposal addresses future parking needs.  (Capital Times, 2/13/2016)
Shimanski wants to demolish the office building he occupies at 1603-05 Monroe St. and a rental house at 1609 Monroe St. to construct a five-story building with commercial space, 44 apartments and four condominium units.  (Rendering included with article.)

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