“Senior Campus back on track” Development could break ground this summer with help of TIF and affordable housing tax credits, by MATT GEIGER Middleton Times-Tribune. Construction on the Heritage Middleton Senior Housing Campus, a 135-unit development that will replace a vacant, dilapidated grocery store on Allen Boulevard, is expected to begin in July, following the recent announcement of $691,403 in federal tax credits that will subsidize a portion of the project. The composition of the campus is slightly different from the 144-unit development approved last year. The updated version will include 56 units dedicated to independent living, 43 for assisted living, and 36 devoted to memory care. The Middleton Common Council in 2010 voted 7-1 in favor of contributing $2.1 million in public assistance to the project in the form of Tax Increment Financing (TIF).