GREEN BAY AREA REGIONAL NEWS: Brown County

$80-Million Mulva Cultural Center on track to being built near site of historic De Pere fire

Local News
Mulva Cultural Center Plans

DE PERE, Wis. (WFRV) — Following a historic April fire in downtown De Pere, the $80-Million Dollar development of the Mulva Cultural Center is on track to being built near that site.

According to their website, the Mulva Cultural Center Board of Directors have hired bot Michael Van Asten as CEO and Dan McKenna as its President.

The two will work to ensure the 60,000-square-foot Cultural Center is built on the corner of Broadway and Lewis Street.

The Mulvas are also funding the construction of a new elementary and middle school at Notre Dame and a new St. Francis Xavier Parish Hall.

While a general contractor has not yet been selected, the schedule shows the start of the project in late Spring 2020 with construction completion by fall 2022.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss

Coronavirus News

More Coronavirus

Trending Stories

Your Local Election HQ

More Election

Local Sports

Booyah rally late against Woodchucks

Thumbnail for the video titled "Booyah rally late against Woodchucks"

Green Bay Booyah rally past Dock Spiders in rain-shortened tilt

Thumbnail for the video titled "Green Bay Booyah rally past Dock Spiders in rain-shortened tilt"

Dean Lowry locking in on offseason goals

Thumbnail for the video titled "Dean Lowry locking in on offseason goals"

Booyah win a close one over Fond du Lac

Thumbnail for the video titled "Booyah win a close one over Fond du Lac"

Booyah get first win, Dock Spiders fall late in Friday action

Thumbnail for the video titled "Booyah get first win, Dock Spiders fall late in Friday action"

Packers' unique relationship with St. Norbert College to take one-year hiatus

Thumbnail for the video titled "Packers' unique relationship with St. Norbert College to take one-year hiatus"