UW gauges community input on Library Mall redevelopment, feasibility report to come in fall
The University of Wisconsin-Madison held its first virtual meeting Tuesday to gather community input about the future of Library Mall, the public open space on campus located between Memorial Library and the Wisconsin Historical Society and home to the Hagenah Fountain.

UW-Madison launched a feasibility study in January with the purpose of creating a concept design, cost estimate and a tentative timeline for the area’s redevelopment, said Gary Brown, director of campus planning and landscape architecture. The feasibility project costs $105,700 and is fully privately funded and does not include tuition or tax dollars, and the university does not yet have funding for the implementation itself.

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