If you have fallen in love with downtown Madison and all that it has to offer, a condo or townhouse in Nolen Shore is a must. You can see the water on one side and have an exceptional view on the other. There are top rated restaurants, the farmer’s market, concert halls, the bike path and more at your finger tips. You may find yourself not using a car for weeks, and when you do, access to John Nolen Drive is just two stoplights away. The building is zoned to the Madison School District, specifically Hamilton Middle School and Madison West High School.
About the Project
Nolen Shore is located at 350 S. Hamilton Street in downtown Madison along the shoreline of Lake Monona, providing the most spectacular views in the city. It has an eleven story glass facade tower consisting of 56 units and 8 ground level town homes. These luxurious units range in price from $320,000 to $1,600,000. The floor plans of the units include one, two, and three bedroom condos that range from approximately 1,000 to 4,000 square feet. Eppstein Uhen Architects designed this beautiful building in 2006. It was the first Green Built Home condominium development in the City of Madison! Nolen Shore is also dog friendly.
A word from the architects: “The primary goal was to create an urban infill housing project that takes advantage of dramatic views of downtown, the State Capitol, Lake Monona and Lake Mendota, while remaining sensitive to the surrounding neighborhood.”
Nolen Shore Amenities
In each unit, there will be floor to ceiling windows that give you access to that spectacular view. 9 foot ceilings are consistent throughout the condos. There is also a gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances, high quality hardwood and tile flooring, and a luxurious master bedroom and bathroom suite. Other amenities include a fitness center, community room, resident garden, conference center, and underground heated parking.
In an article on Madison.com, a couple shares their personal experience living in Nolen Shore. Read it HERE.
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