Nicholas Seivers

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A Walmart is proposed for West Louisville at the corner of Broadway and Dixie Highway at 18th Street. This is a Walmart that could be built on suburban Bardstown Road. It could be built in Mobile, Alabama, El Paso,...
The Circle at Broadway and Baxter Avenue concept has been one of my more popular Urban Compositions since it first appeared on Broken Sidewalk in the winter of 2011-12. I have received overwhelmingly positive feedback on Broken Sidewalk, my...
On the triangular block where Baxter Avenue, Lexington Road, Jefferson Street, Liberty Street, and Chestnut Street come together, I propose a contemporary mixed use tower to define the intersection between Downtown, Nulu, Phoenix Hill, and the eastern neighborhoods leading to...
The former Showcase Cinema site on Bardstown Road south of the Watterson Expressway (I-264) has been rumored to be a potential site of a church, a hardware store, and now a Costco. It is a deep site—some 20 acres...
At the Shelby Park Germantown Rail Corridor meeting in July, representatives of the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) introduced the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) solution for a recently cleared site on Logan Street, southeast of the Breckenridge Street intersection in...
Image: The western half of Tyler park on a summer afternoon. (Amber MacPherson / Flickr) Several years ago, when I would commute from Downtown to the suburbs in southeastern Jefferson County, I would occasionally try Castlewood Avenue in my effort...
Last year I was looking around Louisville for areas of unrealized potential. I dutifully followed Broken Sidewalk for development announcements. I kept up with all of the local economic development and planning offices for larger scale plans. While sitting...
I took the opportunity over the holiday break to examine the design possibilities of a traffic circle, or roundabout, at the intersection of Baxter Avenue and Broadway. I arrived at a formal treatment of the space. This is a...