Butchertown

Butchertown

What’s that building doing in the middle of Frankfort Avenue? The...

Louisville's most famous facade-without-a-building might be the Heigold House facade, currently adorning the northern terminus of Frankfort Avenue at River Road as a monument...

This odd-looking warehouse survived the highway expansion—what will it become next?

In early January, we saw workers patching up a brick wall on the back of the Grocers' Ice & Cold Storage on the corner of...

Demolitions at Butchertown’s Main & Clay Apartments first sign of long...

The first buildings on the site of what will become the Main & Clay Apartments have already fallen. The mixed-use residential building by Nashville's...

Changes in Landmarks Committee send ripples through other review committees

Mayor Greg Fischer has made new appointments to the city's Landmarks committee, and they're sending ripples through several other important review committees in Downtown,...

Hyland Glass transformed a metal scrapyard in Butchertown into this beautiful...

A year ago, 721 East Washington Street was the worst property on the block. The place was literally a dump, overflowing with scrap metal and...

Andy Blieden is renovating these eight historic buildings in Butchertown

The Louisville Metropolitan Business Development Corporation (METCO) awarded ten loans worth $1.2 million Thursday to help stimulate $5.6 million in private development in Downtown Louisville, Butchertown,...

Butchertown’s seven-story Main & Clay apartments ready for construction

The construction fence is up, asbestos is out, and crews are set to begin work on a 262-unit, $50 million apartment building in Butchertown. According to...

Bakery Square is getting a fresh coat of paint and a...

Bakery Square in Butchertown is getting a facelift. Rick and Lisa Schardein's company CurrentProperties was awarded $34,500 today for renovations to the three-story building at 1324...

Louisville’s planned Waterfront Botanical Gardens takes a step forward with land...

The remains of the Point, a riverfront neighborhood that disappeared after the 1937 flood, lies buried beneath some 20 feet of soil at the old Ohio...