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  • Madison Begins Again

    Madison, Wis. — A condominium and single-family housing boom that began earlier in the decade has abated here, allowing owners to raise rents and eliminate concessions for the first time in years.

  • The Daylighting Collaborative Offers New Resources


    MADISON—Preservation will again be an important part of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority’s (WHEDA’s) tax credit allocation process in 2008, as the state’s population growth historically has been minimal.

  • Tool Test: Recip Saws

    The best models cut fast, vibrate less, and make blade changes easy.

  • A Home for Entrepreneurs

    MILWAUKEE - When workers tore down the elevated freeway between North Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and Milwaukee’s increasingly busy downtown, local officials decided to bring new shops and offices to this area of warehouses and vacant lots.

  • Tasty Brew

    Milwaukee area residents are making more money, and that’s good news for multifamily owners who’ve seen occupancies tighten and rental rates increase.

  • Tool Test: Lithium-Ion Cordless Kits

    These new tools promise longer runtimes, lighter batteries, and impressive power. But do they deliver?

  • On the Road with Light

    Roadways are not parking lots-higher vehicle speeds on roadways call for lighting designed to help drivers quickly identify hazards and react to them.

  • Our Lady of Victory Medical Center

    The goal of the lighting scheme at Our Lady of Victory Medical Center in Stanley, Wisconsin, was to provide doctors with cutting-edge, high-tech illumination in which to work, while imbuing the spaces with a sense of warmth and tranquility for patients. Architecture and engineering firm Hammel...

  • Kramer launches new site

    Wisconsin-based Kramer Lighting has updated its website,