36 Years of Community Building, Arts, Housing, Jobs, and Youth
Common Wealth was created thirty-six years ago out of a commitment to preserve the vitality of Madison’s neighborhoods. Since that time, Common Wealth has participated in many projects to improve the housing and business climate of the neighborhood, and has initiated important community development projects.
TASTE OF WILLY STREET May 5, 2015. Greater Williamson-Area Business Association (GWABA) and Common Wealth’s Youth Programs are collaborating to present the 14th annual Taste of Willy Street on Tuesday, May 5 at the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, 953 Jenifer Street. This is an annual fundraising event for GWABA that also greatly benefits Common Wealth’s Youth Programs. Adults: $15 in advance/$17 at the door Children (12 and under): $7 in advance/$8 at the door. Hope to see you there!
Affordable Rental Housing
Three of our happy residents at our award winning development on Madison's east side.