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The Fox Commons redevelopment will transform the heart of downtown into an integrated 3-story, 180,000 sq. ft. destination. With commercial and health retail amenities, this project will serve as a gateway connecting North College Avenue to the core of downtown. A brochure is enclosed that further describes the project and outlines the amenities with 21,552 sq. ft. of mixed-use space available for lease.

Mosaic Family Health has been collaboratively engaged with Dark Horse Development and Boldt Real Estate to explore the opportunity to anchor the redevelopment by relocating and expanding their operations to the Fox Commons. The clinic is planning to enhance services and grow its urgent care capabilities.


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With an array of health-related occupants, the Health Commons will become a “gathering place for wellness”. In addition to primary care, the goal is to attract businesses offering a variety of health and wellness services, including medical/group fitness, behavioral health, nutrition counseling and related programming. A food hall, retail, office, and a start-up/co-working space, led by gener8tor, a nationally recognized start-up incubator, will complement the health commons and create a destination gathering place for the community.

This transformative project aims to not only bring new life to the heart of downtown Appleton, but also to attract more young professionals to the area. The City of Appleton has identified revitalization of the City Center Plaza as a priority in its Comprehensive Plan, and the development team will begin working with City officials on project details as leasing commitments are secured. 

City Center West, the current location of the City of Appleton City Hall and City Center East, home to the Appleton Area School District are not involved in this redevelopment. As illustrated in this graphic, Fox Commons will occupy what was formerly the City Center Plaza. 

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