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Judge Doyle Square Redevelopment

What is It?

Judge Doyle Square is comprised of Block 88 and Block 105 in downtown Madison and is the site of a redevelopment project that will include underground parking, public improvements and other possible uses such as a hotel, bicycle center, retail, restaurants, office and housing. For a map and more information on the Judge Doyle Square project, click here.

Why is it Important?

The redevelopment of Judge Doyle Square is extremely important to the health and vitality of downtown Madison. The redevelopment will help to create an active and welcoming street scape and provide urban amenities that will greatly benefit downtown workers, residents and visitors.

What is DMI's Role?

DMI has been actively involved in providing input to the planning team from the City of Madison. One element of the project that has been a major focus for DMI is the planned bicycle center. DMI will continue to provide feedback on the various aspects of the Judge Doyle Square project as the planning process proceeds.

What Can I Do?
  1. Join the DMI Bicycle Sub-Committee
  2. Learn more about the project and the planning process by visiting the City of Madison Judge Doyle Square website here.
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