City of
Madison

District 9

Alder Paul E. Skidmore

Alder Paul E. Skidmore

Alder Paul E. Skidmore

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Home Address:

13 Red Maple Tr
Madison , WI 53717

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Madison, WI 53703
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Alder Skidmore’s District 9 Updates

11/7/16 Neighborhood Meeting: West Place Redevelopment Proposal

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING
WEST PLACE REDEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL
Monday, November 7, 2016 - 6:00 p.m.
Radisson Hotel, Grand Canyon Ballroom
517 Grand Canyon Drive

Please join Ald. Mark Clear and me for a second neighborhood meeting to continue our discussion of the proposal by the Livesey Company for a 23-acre mixed use development on the NW corner of Mineral Point and Gammon Roads. The redevelopment process will include rezoning the property from a Suburban Employment (SE) to a Mixed Use Center (MXC) district. Phase One of this proposed master-planned development will include retail, residential, and commercial offices.

Representatives from Urban Assets, Kee Architecture, and Ken Saiki Design will present their concept and design proposal.  Members of the Livesey Company will be available to answer your questions. We encourage you to attend the meeting to learn more about the proposal, meet the development team, and provide your input.

Questions or comments?  Please feel free to contact me.

Ald. Paul Skidmore,  District 9
829-3425
district9@cityofmadison.com

 

Drawing Courtesey of Kee Architecture
Drawing Courtesy of Kee Architecture