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Target Investment Areas
The Broadway District includes businesses from the Fox River to Ashland Avenue bounded by Mather Street and Mason Street.
The historic center of Green Bay, the Downtown District includes the geographic area from Main to Mason, the Fox and East Rivers.
I-43 Business Center
This highly visible and easily accessible park is considered one of the most prestigious business addresses in the city.
The Legends District, generally bounded by Lombardi Avenue, Ashland Avenue, and the Village of Ashwaubenon, was historically developed in industrial uses.
This traditional, automobile-oriented retail corridor has served the surrounding community and region since its construction as part of USH 41 in the 1960s, and its continued strengths are apparent.
Green Bay’s arts district, Olde Main runs down Main Street and the East River from Monroe to Grove Street (Three Corners).
The University Avenue Corridor traverses a large and diverse area of northeastern portions of Green Bay, and lies adjacent to some of the city’s most significant ecological areas.
University Heights Commerce Center
Read about the University Heights Commerce Center and its development possibilities.
Historically a key industrial corridor into the City, Velp Avenue between Military and Mather is poised for new commercial, residential, and light industrial redevelopment.