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What’s new in Madison’s retail, restaurant, and housing scenes?

What’s new in Madison? We’re talking retail additions, a restaurant relocation, and progress on a mixed-use development project near Hilldale.

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Ahan’s move includes the introduction of a cocktail menu. | Photo by Ahan

Some changes are on the horizon for the Madison-area business and housing scene. Check out what’s new in Madison.

Madison Yards
EO Madison Yards celebrated the grand opening of a new apartment complex near Hilldale, part of a 21-acre mixed-use development project. This campus-like project will also include a 50,000-sqft Whole Foods, 142,000 sqft of offices, 11,000 sqft of retail space, and a public plaza.

This James Beard Award-winning restaurant is moving from the Bur Oak to a larger space on Willy Street. Today is its last day at 2262 Winnebago St., it’ll be closed until at least Tuesday, Oct. 10. Stay tuned for more information on when the new space at 744 Williamson St. will be open for business.

Greenway Station additions
In addition to a J. Crew and Cooper’s Hawk Winery, Greenway Station announced that it will also soon be home to a Land’s End.