Tuesday, August 17, 2021

The Emerson at Bay Creek on South Park Street in Madison WI: August construction site visit


Photo by Retiring Guy

2-bedroom floor plan (1029 square feet; $2109 monthly rent)






6/18/2021 update starts here

Photo and video by Retiring Guy





Floor plans  (studio and one bedroom)




3/29/2021 update starts here

Phots and video by Retiring Guy


The view from across South Park Street

Photo and video by Retiring Guy



2/3/2021 update starts here


'Behind the scenes' alley view







1/13/2021 update starts here.

Two views as seen from the top level of the UW Health Arboretum Clinic parking ramp

Photos and video by Retiring Guy




11/9/2020 update starts here

Looking north
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Looking northeast







10/5/2020 update starts here

Looking north
Photos by Retiring Guy

Looking northeast

A view from across South Park Street







8/24/2020 update starts here

View from northwest corner of site (South Park and Emerson)
Photos and video by Retiring Guy

 View from southwest corner of site

The crane is blocking the view of Peloton





Original 11/8/2016 post, "South Park Street in Madison:  Not so fast with the goodbye and hello", starts here.

Like most infill development, the neighbors aren't on board.


Photos by Retiring Guy


Developer faces opposition to South Park Street project, might not pursue plan.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 10/27/2016)
At a meeting of the Madison Urban Design Commission Wednesday, neighbors expressed concerns that the mixed-use building, proposed for 1109 S. Park St., would be out of place amid the surrounding single-family houses and would block sunlight from reaching residents’ rooftop solar panels.

Yellow arrows point to solar panels with southern exposure.

Google Earth (arrows added)


Original 6/14/2016 post, "Goodbye Jade Garden, hello 4-story mixed-use development", starts here.


Four-story development proposed for South Park Street block that houses Jade Garden restaurant.   (Capital Times, 6/1/2016)

Photo credit:  City of Madison

What's in store, as rendered by Shulfer Architects


Related post:
823 and 825 South Park Street, Madison.  (4/22/2015)

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