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Legislative delay could hurt Hotel Northland project, officials say

Extra tax credits needed for restoring historic buildings

6:58 AM, Oct. 18, 2013
Green Bay wants to save historic Hotel Northland
Green Bay wants to save historic Hotel Northland: Green Bay wants to restore the glory of the former Hotel Northland downtown. State historic tax credits might help. (March 18, 2013)
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City and village leaders from throughout Wisconsin expressed worries this week that a delay in passage of a bill in Madison could hinder projects in their communities - including one in Green Bay.

Redevelopment of historic buildings could be delayed if the state Legislature doesn't adopt a proposal that would double the tax credits available to developers who restore those structures.

Those credits are key to projects like the proposed restoration of the former Hotel Northland in downtown Green Bay. A developer has proposed $20 million to $25 million to restore the building to its former ...

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