Development Of Green Bay’s Titletown District Going Strong For Summer 2017
Green Bay looking to add more buildings and facilities in developing phase one of Titletown District.
Overall, the master plan is to create a destination district, 34 acres of land west of Lambeau Field, and attract more visitors. One of the additions to the district is the year-round park. It’s gonna feature fitness related activities, cultural opportunities and festive gameday action.
“The park in Titletown will be a wonderful asset for our community, as well as an appealing attraction for visitors and future residents alike,” said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. “These updates for phase one reflect the evolved work of our design team, as well as the input from many community stakeholders. We’re excited to see it come to life.”
The attractions to the park includes sledding hills with tubes and skating trail. Also will have a plaza, activity area, playground and sports field. These are the four components added to the park. And not only is this park gonna be a fun place to visit. The tenants, which will be eight acres of land, are also being added to the Titletown district.
“Kohler Co., Bellin Health and Hinterland are three great Wisconsin organizations that provide exceptional service in their respective areas,” said Murphy. “We’re thrilled they will be a part of Titletown. They each will bring more visitors to the area, serve our current residents and add to the draw for our community as a whole.”
These three tenants will provide health care, comfortable relaxation and a lot of beer. The Green Bay Packers plan to invest approximately $65 million in Titletown, and a cumulative investment by all parties between $120-130 million. Expect the project to be whole come the summer of 2017.