New Project: Mixed-Use Structure In Wisconsin
Developers are seeking approval from local officials to construct a revised iteration of their previously planned mixed-use building in Wisconsin.
Where is it happening?
Who is involved?
Developers: LZ Ventures
Designers: Knothe Bruce Architects
When is it happening?
The project’s timeline has not been revealed.
Why is it important?
The project is controversial, as developers are calling for the razing of multiple historic buildings in the area to begin construction
2.5 floors of underground parking
Rooftop terrace with a swimming pool
Nine-stories tall, sloping down to six
148 residential units1,1226 square-feet of commercial space
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