This residential development in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, is an excellent example of urban infill development. The project provides downtown Green Bay with 131 condominium homes, 16,000 square feet of retail space, 140 interior parking spaces, and is a key component to the city’s revitalization plans.
The design of the building, a modified arts and crafts style, blends appropriately with the existing environment.
As is true in many Alexander Company developments, several layers of financing including tax incremental financing were necessary to complete the development of this exceptional project. Equity was raised by way of a private placement offering and traditional first mortgage debt provided the balance of the funding.