Madison’s City Council approves $170M Judge Doyle Square project

WCN Editorial Team 11 Jul 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Madison’s City Council has given the go-ahead to the $170M Judge Doyle Square project in downtown Madison, USA.

The redevelopment will cover two downtown blocks that currently house the Madison Municipal Building and the Government East parking garage.

The project plans by Beitler Real Estate Services include construction of 354 apartments, retail and office space, and a parking facility. Work will also involve construction of a hotel with 250 rooms.

The project is subject to various approvals, such as land use considerations.

The project faced many set backs through the years. This started with biotechnology firm Exact Sciences scrapping plans for Judge Doyle Square headquarters. Later, the city received two updated proposals for the Judge Doyle Square project from Beitler Real Estate Services Joint Venture and Vermilion Enterprises, with Beitler finally being selected.

Construction on the project is expected to commence in 2017.

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