Bold, vibrant, and uncommon
Once the site of a neglected cardboard factory, Uncommon Madison brings a welcome injection of vibrant housing options to downtown Madison.
Uncommon Madison was the first project in a new zoning district intended to increase density in downtown. The building’s proximity to nearby University of Wisconsin – Madison makes it an ideal housing alternative for students—and for the city’s growing young professionals population. The highly developed streetscape features bold patina green siding and expanses of glass frontage, which adds color and vitality to the neighborhood’s main street
Uncommon Madison’s street units feature front porches that mimic the existing neighborhood context. Recessed linear windows and various brick hues help bridge the design to adjacent historical buildings.