Every city block deserves to be celebrated. Asana Apartments is a great example of revitalizing a formerly neglected block in the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood. By removing a vacant building, the neighborhood now welcomes a mixed-use building that provides an opportunity for existing businesses to grow. One such business is Gail Ambrosius Chocolatier, who was able to double their retail space in the neighborhood by finding home in Asana.
In addition to giving home to growing businesses, Asana provides apartment units in a variety of styles. The roof top solar panels reduce the city resources that are needed to run the development. Sitting within the heart of the neighborhood and on the Capitol City Bike Path, Asana is truly a celebration of the City of Madison.