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ARISEnow launches $1.5 million ‘community’ fundraising campaign
Blackhawk Community Credit Union unveiled its intention to build a 130,000-square-foot, four-story development that would include a General Motors “legacy center” along a stretch of riverfront just north of Hedberg Public Library.
The four-legged, stainless steel, 11-foot, 6-inch sculpture in the center of the “water feature” also doesn’t have a name.
It's like a splash pad but without that toy-like, playground feel. The fountain gives artistic flair to downtown Janesville's new town square, especially the glistening silver arches at the fountain's center.
At the corner of Milwaukee and Franklin streets, Bill Sodemann’s business, Phone Plus, sits in the heart of an area anticipating $42 million in public and private investment
The city's long-planned strategy to revitalize Janesville's downtown, ARISE, is officially on the rise.
Less than a year ago, residents were slamming sledgehammers into the surface of the downtown parking plaza over the Rock River to initiate its eventual destruction.
The head of a private fundraising group for the ARISE downtown riverfront revitalization plan has stepped down and the group has appointed a new lead coordinator, officials announced Friday.
Change is conspicuously underway in downtown Janesville, and the pace will quicken in the new year.