Thursday, November 30, 2017

Proposed development for East Johnson Street in Madison WI gets pushback from neighborhood association

The development under consideration starts at the sunlit white house, just beyond the hole in the ground where something else is happening.  (To be investigated.)

Amid opposition, developer pushes mixed-use project for Near East Side.  (, 11/29/2017)
Developer Chris Houden’s proposal involves 11 properties between 717 and 753 E. Johnson St. After working with the Tenney-Lapham neighborhood for nearly a year and making multiple concept revisions, Houden is formally proposing to demolish three houses and relocate four others for two, three-story buildings with 2,800 square feet of first-floor retail, 56 apartments above, and 69 underground parking spaces.


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