Madison to seek affordable housing in Judge Doyle Square developer proposals

After cutting ties with its private developing partner on a portion of the Judge Doyle Square project, the city is seeking applications for projects that include apartments for tenants with low- and moderate-income levels.

Madison’s City Council approved a deal with Beitler Real Estate Jan. 8 that transferred the development rights of half of the two-block downtown project to the city in exchange for a $700,000 payment to Beitler. The agreement was a way to settle a dispute over the project.

At the direction of Mayor Paul Soglin, the city created a set of requirements in a request for proposals for the block behind the Madison Municipal Building, otherwise known as Block 88....


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