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Downtown Y eyes renovation, including apartments on 3 floors

1- and 2-bedroom units are proposed for top stories of Green Bay building

4:47 PM, Oct. 26, 2013
Though its surroundings have changed, the downtown branch of the Greater Green Bay Y looks much as it did when this 1960s-era photo was taken. One difference: The top three floors have not been used in 30 years. A developer is considering putting in new, modern apartments on those floors.
Though its surroundings have changed, the downtown branch of the Greater Green Bay Y looks much as it did when this 1960s-era photo was taken. One difference: The top three floors have not been used in 30 years. A developer is considering putting in new, modern apartments on those floors.
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A Ledgeview developer would like to build about 15 apartments on the top three floors of Greater Green Bay Y's downtown building.

The proposal is part of a larger plan by the Y to do major renovations throughout the building at 235 N. Jefferson St. The fourth through sixth floors once were dormitories, but haven't been used since the 1980s.

"We really don't have any need for that space," said Steve Harty, Y president and CEO. ...

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