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December 2020

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w w w . i n s i g h t o n b u s i n e s s . c o m D e c e m b e r 2 0 2 0 • I NSIGH T | 19 APPLETON MARINETTE FLORENCE OCONTO MENOMINEE SHAWANO WAUPACA OUTAG A MIE BROWN WINNEBAGO KEWAUNEE DOOR MANITOWOC CALUMET WAUSHARA MARQUETTE GREEN LAKE FOND DU LAC SHEBOYGAN of the current Soldiers Square parking garage. Mayor Jake Woodford says working with the other site was more complicated since the city could not move forward until construction began on the nearby bluff sites, as the YMCA needed the area for its parking garage until additional parking was built. "We were just waiting for a lot of pieces to fall into place and took a second look at the current site and see the work done there as a catalyst project for the neighborhood," Woodford says. "is also allows the YMCA to move ahead and do what they need to with the parking garage." Across Washington Street from the library property, Merge Development has an option on the site of the former Blue Parking Ramp and Conway Hotel. "ere's a lot of positives happening now in that neighborhood and we want to add to it," Woodford says. As for the bluff sites, U.S. Venture owns site No. 1 (where Fox Banquets and Rivertyme Catering and Trinity Lutheran Church were previously located) and is doing its due diligence on building a new corporate headquarters. Woodford says the city's role is to do what it can to be of help as the Combined Locks-based company considers its options. "I'm optimistic this project will happen. U.S. Venture owns the land and has taken down all of the buildings," he says. Bluff site No. 2 is co-owned by U.S. Venture and the YMCA. Since the land owned by U.S. Venture for its new headquarters contains Mosaic Family Health, the health care provider will need to relocate, possibly to a location on bluff site No. 2. The F Street Group is building a 218,240-square-foot industrial warehouse in Appleton's Southpoint Commerce Park. Greenville leads the way with transformative change to its regulations and zoning codes, with a wider range of new housing options and lower overall development costs by: • Speedier review processes • More flexibility in housing types – apartments, townhouses, duplexes, granny flats, and smaller homes Greenville…a Blueprint for Progress in Fox Valley! GREENVILLE GETS TO WORK More Workforce Housing Choices Move the Community to a Brighter Future Greenville's hard work ensures that all citizens - including those people working in their community - have affordable housing choices that meet their needs today…and in the future. Paid for by the Wisconsin Homeowners Alliance. As a Fox Cities Area native, I am proud to see the positive effect of Greenville's housing development efforts have had not only for my family, but those close to me. Thank you Greenville!" - Nicholas Heenan, Quality Technician, Zebra Technologies, Greenville, WI. " WI_Workforce Housing LOCAL pro-workforce housingNEGreen With Envy Ad1_v04.indd 1 WI_Workforce Housing LOCAL pro-workforce housingNEGreen With Envy Ad1_v04.indd 1 11/5/20 10:15 AM 11/5/20 10:15 AM F S T R E E T G R O U P

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