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Background Information

Employment History

COLONIAL MANAGEMENT LLC


Chief Executive Officer and Founder

Gebhardt Development


Affiliations

Greenwoods State Bank

Board Member


Web References(11 Total References)


Gehbardt Developement

www.gebhardtdevelopment.com [cached]

Gebhardt Development is a Madison based, family owned business, founded by Otto Gebhardt III in 1995.
Otto Gebhardt III Otto grew-up in Madison's east side Orton Park neighborhood in the real estate investment business. He started work at the age of 7 in the family run business Gebhardt Realty, made his first offer on a property at age 13, owned his first property by 18, and at 19 began more serious trading in the stock market. Otto's real estate portfolio is comprised of 1,500 commercial and residential units in the Madison and Sun Prairie areas of Dane County, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison downtown campus and Madison College's Truax campus. Otto's most recent projects include mixed-use, high rise developments on East Washington Avenue, The Constellation and soon to be opening mid 2016, the Galaxie. Otto sees the Capitol East Corridor as an opportunity to bridge Madison's near east and downtown neighborhoods. Otto's entrepreneurial adventures also included sixteen years as part owner of Quality Fitness, a family run, fitness equipment business with retail stores in WI, IL and FL. He has been active in several local civic and non-profit organizations over the years including five years on the board of directors for Greenwoods Financial Group.


Marsha Rummel | Willy Street Blog

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Key project proponents prepare to ceremoniously initiate the building of The Galaxie. (l to r) Festival Food CEO Mark Skogen, District Six Alder Marsha Rummel, Patrick Stevens, WI DNR, former District Two Alder Bridget Maniaci, Steven Cover, City of Madison Director of Planning, Community, and Economic Development, District Two Alder Ledell Zellers, Unidentified child, City Of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Otto Gebhardt Development President Otto Gebhardt III, Architect Chris Gosch of Bark Design.
Key project proponents prepare to ceremoniously initiate the building of The Galaxie. (l to r) Festival Food CEO Mark Skogen, District Six Alder Marsha Rummel, Patrick Stevens, WI DNR, former District Two Alder Bridget Maniaci, Steven Cover, City of Madison Director of Planning, Community, and Economic Development, District Two Alder Ledell Zellers, Unidentified child, City Of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Otto Gebhardt Development President Otto Gebhardt III, Architect Chris Gosch of Bark Design. /a> Key project proponents prepare to ceremoniously initiate the building of The Galaxie. (l to r) Festival Food CEO Mark Skogen, District Six Alder Marsha Rummel, WI DNR Administrator Patrick Stevens, former District Two Alder Bridget Maniaci, City of Madison Director of Planning, Community, and Economic Development Steven Cover, District Two Alder Ledell Zellers, Unidentified child, City Of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Gebhardt Development President Otto Gebhardt III, Architect Chris Gosch of Bark Design. Posted inMadison, Madison Commentary, Willy Street, Willy Street Commentary | TaggedBark Design, Block 800, Breese Stevens Field, Bridget Maniaci, Chris Gosch, Festival Foods, Gebhardt Development, Ledell Zellers, Mark Skogen, Marsha Rummel, Otto Gebhardt III, Paul Soglin, Steven Cover, The Constellation, The Galaxie | 1 Reply


www.kidderplus.com

In Madison, Wis., Otto Gebhardt said he took a risk developing the Constellation, a 218-unit apartment building in a "non-glamorous" stretch just east of the state capitol and the University of Wisconsin.
But he gambled on the area because the building is just a short walk from the city's restaurant hub and the Dane County Farmers' Market, one of the largest in the country. To burnish the building's foodie credentials, he turned down high-paying commercial tenants in lieu of a local gourmet coffee shop and a craft cocktail bar, he said. "We have a vision for a place where people can live and go get a cocktail, get dinner, go to the farmers market," said Mr. Gebhardt, president of Gebhardt Development. The building, which charges up to $2,500 a month for a three-bedroom, was fully leased the day it opened, Mr. Gebhardt said.


September | 2014 | Willy Street Blog

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Key project proponents prepare to ceremoniously initiate the building of The Galaxie. (l to r) Festival Food CEO Mark Skogen, District Six Alder Marsha Rummel, Patrick Stevens, WI DNR, former District Two Alder Bridget Maniaci, Steven Cover, City of Madison Director of Planning, Community, and Economic Development, District Two Alder Ledell Zellers, Unidentified child, City Of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Otto Gebhardt Development President Otto Gebhardt III, Architect Chris Gosch of Bark Design.
Key project proponents prepare to ceremoniously initiate the building of The Galaxie. (l to r) Festival Food CEO Mark Skogen, District Six Alder Marsha Rummel, Patrick Stevens, WI DNR, former District Two Alder Bridget Maniaci, Steven Cover, City of Madison Director of Planning, Community, and Economic Development, District Two Alder Ledell Zellers, Unidentified child, City Of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Otto Gebhardt Development President Otto Gebhardt III, Architect Chris Gosch of Bark Design. /a> Key project proponents prepare to ceremoniously initiate the building of The Galaxie. (l to r) Festival Food CEO Mark Skogen, District Six Alder Marsha Rummel, WI DNR Administrator Patrick Stevens, former District Two Alder Bridget Maniaci, City of Madison Director of Planning, Community, and Economic Development Steven Cover, District Two Alder Ledell Zellers, Unidentified child, City Of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, Gebhardt Development President Otto Gebhardt III, Architect Chris Gosch of Bark Design. Posted inMadison, Madison Commentary, Willy Street, Willy Street Commentary | TaggedBark Design, Block 800, Breese Stevens Field, Bridget Maniaci, Chris Gosch, Festival Foods, Gebhardt Development, Ledell Zellers, Mark Skogen, Marsha Rummel, Otto Gebhardt III, Paul Soglin, Steven Cover, The Constellation, The Galaxie | 1 Reply Posted inMadison, Madison Commentary, Willy Street Arts & Entertainment, Willy Street Commentary | TaggedCapital East District, East Washington Avenue, Festival Foods, Galaxie, Gebhardt Development, Ledell Zellers, Otto Gebhardt, Paul Soglin, The Constellation | Leave a reply


www.mge.com

Otto Gebhardt, owner of Gebhardt Development, LLC, has East Washington ties that go back to childhood.
Otto Gebhardt, owner of Gebhardt Development, LLC, has East Washington ties that go back to childhood. "My dad's office was right across from Sears and Roebuck, what's now the bus barns." Gebhardt kept his eye on the corridor over the last decade. "You need the right mix of housing, commercial and retail so there are reasons to be here any time of day," Gebhardt said. "You don't want to be a ghost town at 5 p.m." Throughout 2013, Gebhardt has been shepherding a two-phase building development project for the 800 block through the City of Madison review process. At present, Phase 1 will include a mixed-use complex with residential units, a parking garage and a 50,000-square-foot grocery store. Phase 2 will feature both rental and condominium townhouses, commercial space and additional parking. Groundbreaking is anticipated in February/March 2014. Key to both current and proposed development is local businesses. "We want to create a destination area in the corridor, not just duplicate what you could find in any strip mall," Gebhardt said. "Otto (Gebhardt) has been an important factor and his efforts are encouraging others to invest," Gorman said.


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