Madison, Wisconsin, eagerly anticipates the inauguration of a new cityscape landmark – the Fourteen02 on Park. This ambitious $42.1 million development is changing the area’s urban landscape by integrating affordable housing, retail, and inclusive community-centric spaces.
Developed by Rule Enterprises and Movin’ Out, Inc., the project is a mixed-use building that covers 115,311 square feet. Arc-Int Architecture designed this six-story redevelopment with a focus on inclusivity and accessibility.
In the heart of the development are 150 units of affordable housing. As a direct response to the escalating demand for affordable housing in Madison, the project seeks to ensure that the city remains accessible to residents from diverse economic backgrounds. In this manner, it underscores the city’s commitment to inclusivity and balanced growth.
Building on this commitment to inclusivity, the development incorporates 30 supportive units. Architects designed these spaces specifically to cater to the unique needs of individuals with disabilities and veterans, thereby underscoring the comprehensive approach to urban planning.
One of the defining features of Fourteen02 on Park is the introduction of Maurer’s Urban Market. Covering 24,000 square feet, the new grocer promises to provide a broad range of products.
Aerial imagery dating back to 1955 offers intriguing insights into the past life of this site. The site was home to the Madison U.S. Army Reserve Center for six decades, with its training building erected in 1952. Demolition crews took down the Center in 2012, and the site lay dormant until 2021, when the paving of Cedar Street signaled the start of the Fourteen02 on Park development.
1402 S Park St, Madison, WI 53715