Germantown

Germantown

How planting a garden in the middle of a street in...

The best infrastructure projects aren't single-minded—instead they solve many problems with a single design gesture. One of the top many-problem-one-solution projects we've seen is also among Louisville's...

#NabeDerby: The final eight neighborhoods face off in round three voting!

We're through two rounds of voting in the 2015 Broken Sidewalk Neighborhood Derby, and we have now narrowed the field to the final eight teams. The...

#NabeDerby Round Two: Competition heats up as more Louisville neighborhoods square...

The first round of the 2015 Broken Sidewalk Neighborhood Derby pitted some of the strongest neighborhoods against each other for an epic first round of voting....

MSD plans to tear down this historic Germantown commercial building on...

Bad planning and development choices don't just affect their immediate sites and surrounding neighborhoods—their problems take on lives of their own, often outlasting the original use...
(Diane Deaton-Street)

Photo Essay: Tour the enormous Germantown Mill Lofts as construction gets...

I moved to Louisville ten years ago and this was one of the first buildings that caught my attention when it was known as the...

Meeting to weigh sustainability along Beargrass Creek in Germantown, Smoketown, Shelby...

As the largest watershed in Jefferson County, Beargrass Creek has long been a source of cultural pride in the area, wending through inner neighborhoods...

A renaissance on Goss Avenue, one slice at a time

Goss Avenue is less than a mile long from its awkward beginning at Shelby Street—the site of the ongoing Three Points initiative—to its terminus...

Interview: Jennifer Chappell talks community, tactical urbanism, and her Three Points...

Jennifer Chappell's Three Points initiative aims to transform the intersection of three of Louisville's most well-known neighborhoods—Germantown, Schnitzelburg, and Shelby Park. The underutilized and largely...

Three Points shows how small-scale urbanism can make a big impact

There's no lack of interesting urban developments in the River City this fall. Whether you’re excited about the new Hill Billy Tea on Baxter Avenue...