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Action Alert! Deadline Tuesday, July 5 to submit comments to Move...

Ever since the draft Move Louisville plan was unveiled in April, the city has been collecting public input about the goals, priority projects, and...

Public comment period for Move Louisville ends July 5! Help stand...

After a couple of extensions, the official public comment period for the draft Move Louisville plan ends on Tuesday, July 5. Move Louisville will...

CycLOUvia debuts new route through Shelby Park, Germantown, Schnitzelburg

CycLOUvia is no longer the new kid on the block, with several successful Open Streets events already held on Frankfort Avenue and Bardstown Road...

MSD board unanimously votes to proceed with park-topped, at-grade Logan Street...

It's official! Smoketown's Logan Street CSO Interceptor, a project by the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) to fix Louisville's combined sewer overflow (CSO) problem, is...

Two Louisville buildings land on the National Register, marking progress for...

Two Louisville sites are among 11 in Kentucky that have been newly listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park...

Shelby Park and Schnitzelburg winners in latest round of METCO Loan...

The city's Louisville Metropolitan Business Development Corporation issued its latest round of funding under the METCO banner on Friday. Two loans totalling $112,580 were awarded to...

Interview: Rick Kueber on the Schnitzelburg Container Homes

Husband and wife team, Rick and Bella Portaro Kueber, are behind the proposal to build six shipping container apartments on the corner of Shelby...

Ignoring the street for 30 years, this ’80s building will soon...

It's a common refrain that buildings today aren't built to last. Compared to the sturdy masonry of the 19th century of the hulking concrete...

These 16 multi-family housing developments are reshaping urban living in Louisville

Louisville is experiencing something of a residential boom as we enter 2016. Hundreds of new apartments are popping up in the city's urban neighborhoods...