Branden Klayko

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Branden founded Broken Sidewalk in 2008 while practicing architecture in Louisville. He continued the site for seven years while living in New York City, returning to Louisville in 2016. Branden is a graduate of the College of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis, and has covered architecture, design, and urbanism for The Architect's Newspaper, Designers & Books, Inhabitat, and the American Institute of Architects.
Here is your update from the liveliest project in town... the ZirMed Gateway Towers. The height is starting to make Market feel like an actual Street.
It has been about a month now since the top of the Baxter Avenue Morgue building partially collapsed onto the sidewalk and the mess has yet to be cleaned up. Perhaps the decaying building and the pile of bricks...
After years at its East Main Street location, family owned silk flower wholesaler D & W Silks has closed up shop to make way for Jefferson Development Group's proposed Twin Towers. A sign posted on the door of the empty...
After the partial collapse of part of the east wall of the historic Ouerbacker House last week, Metro Council Member David Tandy and several historic preservation groups held a press conference to drum up support for saving the crumbling...
It's still not too late to get your tickets for this year's Taste of Frankfort Avenue. This year, 26 restaurants will be at the Clifton Center at the corner of Payne Street & Clifton Street. The event occurs all...
The tower crane for the Med Center Mega Garage under construction at the corner of Clay Street and Muhammad Ali Blvd. has been assembled and while it may not tower as high as other notable cranes (hey, the garage...
Sunergos Coffee Micro-Roastery & Espresso Bar, currently located at 2122 Preston Street, will open a second location in the Beechmont neighborhood near Southern Parkway at 306-308 Woodlawn Avenue. The new coffee shop will replace the former Potatoe Man's Ballcards &...
In case you haven't seen or heard of Boom Louisville magazine, the 2008 issue released in mid May is still to be found for free around the city. Boom bills itself as "Louisville's first annual guide and update on...
Sometime in the last several days a portion of the historic Ouerbacker House's east wall collapsed. The house sits just blocks west of downtown at the corner of 17th Street and Jefferson Street on a monumental lot overlooking the...