A proposed apartment tower designed to house over 1,600 students in downtown Madison has passed a key step in the city approval process.
The Madison Plan Commission voted unanimously to support a proposal from nationally known student-housing developer Core Spaces to build the 465-unit student housing development near the University of Wisconsin campus. The building would range from eight to 15 stories tall and accommodate up to 1,624 beds.
The development, referred to as the Johnson-Broom project, would occupy the lots at 407 and 431 W. Gorham St.; 408 to 430 W. Johnson St. and 304 to 318 N. Broom St...
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