Milwaukee-based Dermond Property Investments plans to build a $14 million, seven-story apartment building with 93 units and 3,000 square feet of retail space at 105 N. Washington St. along the Fox River in downtown Green Bay.
The city’s Redevelopment Authority approved a development agreement for the property this week. Construction is expected to begin by the end of the year.
The project is one of several new developments in downtown Green Bay, including some involving Milwaukee firms.
Madison-based T. Wall Enterprises plans to build a $10 million, 84-unit riverfront apartment and retail development in downtown Green Bay. The building was designed by Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects.
Milwaukee-based Vetter Denk built the 26-unit Riverfront Lofts condo development in downtown Green Bay and the mixed-use WaterMark redevelopment of a former Younker’s department store, which now includes the Children’s Museum of Green Bay, Hagemeister Park Restaurant, additional retail space and office space.
Other development in downtown Green Bay includes a new Schreiber Foods corporate headquarters, which is under construction.