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We take note of the University of Wisconsin’s beautiful buildings.
Ground broke for a new $33 million dollar hub for Black Wisconsinites.
Get a sneak peek at River Food Pantry’s in-the-works facility.
New renderings were offered at a Joint Campus Area Committee meeting this week.
This house was owned by one of Madison’s earliest pioneers.
Madison Common Council has approved the Lake Monona Waterfront Master Plan.
The city is eager for multi-use housing and may happen soon on the East side.
A multi-use park on undeveloped land is in the draft stage.
We rounded up a few open houses happening this week for you to check out.
Brush up on development and civic jargon before construction season peaks in Madison.
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There are a handful of outdoor theaters nearby to watch a movie.
You don’t have to go far to participate in the circus arts.