Alder Lucas Dailey
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Development approval process
Development is driven by private investment. The City has a lot of "no" power but very limited power to force action. We'd say "no" if a foundry asked to build on Park St. but the City cannot tell a developer, "You must build...an apartment building" (or anything for that matter).
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- Urban Design Commission for design. Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Common Council if final approval is required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
1004 & 1032 Park Street
Version 2 (Updated)
Terrence Wall is proposing a development for 1004 & 1032 Park St (the triangle site south of the intersection of Park street and Fish Hatchery road). Terrence and his team are unvieled their second design iteration on 3/5. They will be presenting their project to the Urban Design Commission Wednesday 3/11 4:30 Madison Municipal Building LL-110. This meeting will be purely informational for the UDC and developer, the UDC won't be making any decisions or voting on the item.
The current proposal consists of 3 connected 3, 5, and 6-story apartment buildings with ground-level retail, internal parking and one level of underground parking.
The buildings have a total of 173 units between efficiencies and "Townhouses", all market rate. There is 9,330 sf of ground floor commercial space, with a total of 177 parking spaces in the interior of the ground floor and 1 story underground.
Version 1 (for reference)
Terrence Wall is proposing a development for 1004 & 1032 Park St (the triangle site south of the intersection of Park street and Fish Hatchery road). The project is still in an early stage and hasn't been formally submitted to the city. Terrence and his team are working on revisions based on the neighborhood meeting I hosted on 1/19, and will present the new design draft on 3/5.
The current proposal consists of 3 connected 4, 5, and 6-story apartment buildings with ground-level retail, internal parking and one level of underground parking.
The buildings have a total of 174 units between efficiencies and 2 bedrooms + den, all market rate. The commercial area is 13,400 sf. The parking holds 67 cars on the ground floor and 113 on the underground level.
3414 Monroe Street
Patrick Corcoran is proposing an updated design that was shared with the neighborhood on 2/5. The new proposed building is 25,800 sf above ground, 10,000 sf below ground, includes 19 apartments (studio to 3-bedroom), 3,400sf of commercial space, 30 parking spaces (21 below ground), 25 bicycles spaces, 4 moped parking spaces, and a public dog watering station. The massing of the building as compared to the previous design is pulled back from the Arbor house, moving the removed mass to create a 4th floor stepped back on all sides. The materials are cedar, natural plaster, and masonry.
Version 2 (for reference)
Version 2 was a 3-story, 22,000 square foot building that would house 16 apartments between 1 and 3-bedrooms, 16 on-site parking spaces, and 3,200 square feet of office space on the ground floor.
The site currently has a small office building (that formerly housed the Madison Opera offices) that the Landmarks Commission found to have historical merit. Further, the property is adjacent to a historic landmark, the Plough Inn. Due two those criteria the Plan Commission will review the project, though it conforms with zoning and requires no Conditional Use.
An independant traffic study was conducted and found that if the project is build as intended it would not add any additional parked cars to the area on nearby streets if parking is shared between residents and office workers, between 9am-4pm. A copy of the full report is here.
Version 2 - Glenway facade:
Version 2 - Monroe/Glenway intersection:
Version 2 - Monroe looking West:
Version 2 - Further down Monroe looking West:
101 S Mill Street - On Hold
This proposal is currently pending potential redesign by the developer.
This 6-unit apartment building has been proposed to replace the current building at 101 S. Mills St. with 3 2-story 2-bedroom units on the upper floors, 2 2-bedroom units on first floor and one 2-bedroom unit in the lower level. 6000 sq ft of parking will provide off-street parking for 3 cars, 6 mopeds and 6 bicycles. A zoning change from TR-V1 to TR-U1 will be required for the proposed new building.
1414 S Park St
1414 S Park St is approved.
Madison taxi - 1403 Gilson St
107 S Mills
Longfellow School, 210 S Brooks
1200 ST JAMES CT
1902 MONROE ST - STRICTLY DISCS
2620 Monroe St and 665 Knickerbocker
1129 S Park St - Gas station
The new gas station is complete.
1033 High St
This proposal for 1033 High St is approved. It has 67 units and underground parking.
Wingra shores 2nd building, 2628 Arbor dr
This proposal for 2628 Arbor Dr is approved. 36 units, underground parking.
Back (toward Monroe St):
Lane's Bakery, 448 S Park St
This proposal to redevelop the Lane's Bakery site, 448 S Park St, is approved. This will be a 5-story, mixed use building. The first floor will have 6500 feet of retail space. The upper 4 floors will have 40 apartments. There is underground parking.
Southeast, view from Park & Drake:
THE IDEAL, 502 s park st
The Ideal, at 502 S Park St, is complete.
Meriter Daycare, 201 S Mills St
Meriter's daycare building, at 201 S Mills St, is complete.
BETH ISRAEL CENTER, 1406 MOUND ST
Beth Israel Center, 1406 Mound St, has proposed a major renovation and addition. We had a neighborhood meeting and there was strong support for the proposal. www.bethisraelcenter.org They hope to begin construction in summer 2014.
Wingra Clinic, 1102 S Park St
Wingra Clinic is completed.