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How do you solve a problem like Oak Street? Planning Commission...

How has your neighborhood changed over the past 20 years? Has it become more prosperous? Is it undergoing a development boom? Is it still...

Architect Kulapat Yantrasast discusses design of the Speed Art Museum before...

The Speed Art Museum officially reopens on Saturday, March 12. And we couldn't be more excited. Ever since the project was announced in 2008 and...

Chart of the Day: Watch Louisville’s urban bike network grow over...

Until now, Louisville's Urban Bike Network (UBN) meant more on paper than on pavement—but that's changing fast. "The bike lanes in town didn't make up...

Best: Victorian elegance lives on Louisville’s most beautiful street, St. James...

  Louisville’s most picturesque residential street is unquestionably St. James Court. Set within the elegant Victorian Old Louisville neighborhood, St. James Court is an aesthetic...

Here are the 11 most read stories from Broken Sidewalk in...

2015 was a big year here at Broken Sidewalk. Our biggest yet, in fact, since we started way back in 2008. As we trudge...

This week: Help plan the future of Louisville’s Urban Bike Network...

Bike lanes are nothing new in Louisville. We've been building them for years. But the city is beginning to get wise to newer innovations...

Victorian Phoenix: How a group of neighbors joined forces to save...

The Dillon House on Second Street has been through hell and back. Over the past decade, the century-old house flooded, burned, and is now in...

Louisville’s newest bike lane—and the first to get green paint—is now...

On Thursday, October 29, Louisville newest bike lane was striped on Sixth Street. As we reported in August, the new 1.4 mile stretch of...

Missing Architecture: The case of the missing Galt House portico and...

Last week we revealed a fright of building ghosts distributed throughout the city, their disembodied pieces piled among weeds atop landfills or stacked behind...