Housing with Common Wealth Development

Common Wealth provides affordable rental housing opportunities to low and moderate-income households through the ownership and management of 131 apartments.  There are 111 apartments scattered throughout the Williamson-Marquette neighborhood on Madison’s East side, and 20 apartments in the Meadowood neighborhood on Madison’s Southwest side.  Apartment sizes vary from studios (efficiencies) to 3-bedrooms.

2 Bedroom Available June 1 – 1007 Williamson, #3

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1007 WILLIAMSON ST, #3          $840/month

2 BEDROOM UNIT         AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2015

  • 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2nd Floor Unit with balcony
  • 1100 square feet
  • Central air with own furnace
  • Tenant pays heat (gas) and electric to MG&E (Average $64/month)
  • Free laundry on first floor; Extra storage
  • Security Deposit $840
  • Parking options subject to availability
  • All Commonwealth properties are...

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5726 BALSAM RD APARTMENT INTEREST LIST (Southwest Madison)

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We are accepting names for our 5726 BALSAM ROAD INTEREST LIST, and will contact individuals on the Interest List as soon as we have firm occupancy dates.  This interest list is ONLY for 5726 Balsam Road and is not a waiting list.

The basic property information is as follows:

5726 Balsam Road – an 8-unit building which will have as...


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Jenifer Place Earns Award

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Common Wealth was honored in a ceremony last week by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago for its “commitment to preserve the vitality of neighborhoods in Madison.”  Specifically the award recognizes the success of Jenifer Place.  The Community First Award comes with a grant of $10,000. 


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Common Wealth Receives 2013 Fair Housing Partnership Award for Jenifer Place

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Thank you to our partners:  City of Madison HOME Program, Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago’s Affordable Housing Program, Monona State Bank, and US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control through the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.


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JENIFER PLACE: From Eyesore to SO BEAUTIFUL!

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The vision of Common Wealth, the hard work of the rehab crew and strong financial partnerships transformed three abandoned apartment buildings at the corner of Jenifer Street and S. Thornton Avenue into Jenifer Place, now home to twelve families. Common Wealth purchased the foreclosed property in 2011 and began rehabbing the lead-filled, gutted property.

Said Alder Marsha Rummel, “I...


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