Packers open four more acres of public park in Titletown District, bringing public areas west of Lambeau Field to 14 acres

Richard Ryman
Green Bay Press-Gazette
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ASHWAUBENON – The construction fence is down in the Titletown District and the full scope of what the Green Bay Packers have wrought is apparent.

The district is now open from Marlee Lane in the west to South Ridge Road to the east. All of the district is visible from the top of the 20-foot platform, called Titletown Square, that is home to the under-construction TitletownFlats apartments and the largely finished TitletownOffice building. Lambeau Field provides the district's backdrop.

The Packers on Tuesday held a short ribbon-cutting ceremony on the steps of the platform, which is an extension of the now 14-acre public park running through the middle of the district.

"We had high expectations, but we exceeded them," said Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy. "It's so diverse, there's something for everyone here."

The newly opened park space will host events and programming to complement Titletown’s existing offerings, and the terraced green space can serve as an amphitheater for concerts and other performances. Fire pits and outdoor furniture are open to visitors, community members and residents. Some activities and specialized events will be geared toward Titletown’s residents and tenants in the office building.

The Green Bay Packers Titletown District, looking west. The U.S. Venture Center office building is to the right of the TitleTown Flats apartments.

Looking from Titletown square east to Lambeau Field, the rest of the district looks remarkably similar to the initial artist's renderings. The first phase, which included anchor businesses and much of the park, began five years ago and the second phase, which includes the apartments, office building and TitletownHomes townhouses on Brookwood Drive, began in 2018. 

The original 10 acres of the park include gaming areas, a winter skating rink, Ariens Hill, which in winter is a snow-tubing hill, three playgrounds and a football field.

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The townhouses and apartments will provide at least 220 new residences. Owners have already moved into some of the townhouses. The apartments are expected to open to residents in November. 

"We want people living, working and playing in Titletown every day," said Ed Policy, Packers chief operating officer and general counsel.

Titletown Square, located on the west end of the Titletown District, includes public park space that extends teh now 14-acre public park running through the middle of the district from the TitletownOffice building, pictured to Ridge Road.

The Packers are building or have completed 28 townhouses, 17 of which have been sold. The apartment building will have 152 units, from studio to three-bedroom configurations.

The Packers have more than three acres left to be developed in the district. Policy said concepts under consideration include retail, health and wellness, food and beverage, and entertainment.

"We still have an awful lot of work to do," Policy said. "Our next step is to work off of this increased (residential) density."

Titletown Square, located on the west end of the Titletown District, opened Tuesday. The area is an extension of the  district's 14-acre park.

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