“To transform the former tack factory into 50 senior housing units, the city of Madison is partnering with Denton Floyd Real Estate.”

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Maybe I’m missing something, but ever since HWC got the contract to oversee the contract at the future Reisz-Stag, has any construction actually taken place at the re-election campaign’s centerpiece?

Following the money: HWC Engineering made city streets even safer for speeding cars. Now the company will oversee the Reisz Mahal. Can campaign donations be far behind?

The primary’s right around the corner, with lots of banners and photo-ops. This just won’t do.

Good luck, Madison.

Community program helps former tack factory become senior housing, by Rachael Krause (WAVE-3)

MADISON, IN (WAVE) – A redevelopment project will keep an historic building standing in one small Indiana town. The project is the first step toward revitalizing the entire community, made possible because of a stellar community designation from the state.

Built in 1896, the former ‘tack factory’ in Madison, Indiana used to be where locals worked making tacks, nails and hangers. The factory sat empty since 2007 when it shut down.

“It’s kind of an eyesore for us,” said Nicole Schell, city planner for Madison.

The city was designated a stellar community by the state of Indiana in 2017. The program provides access to grants for projects to revitalize unused spaces and renew interest in rural communities. To transform the former tack factory into 50 senior housing units, the city of Madison is partnering with Denton Floyd Real Estate …

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