Shelby Park

Shelby Park

Demo Watch: Here are 50 more buildings that are about to...

It's been 84 days since our last Demo Watch roundup, where we recounted a troubling number of shotgun houses meeting the wrecking ball. Today's Demo...

#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....

Demo Watch: Shotgun houses dominate the latest batch of demolitions across...

We don't go into detail here on Broken Sidewalk on the vast majority of demolitions that take place around the city. We stick to...

February 28: Renovation Expo & Open House will showcase progress in...

For a neighborhood with more nonprofit organizations than private businesses, and a dense concentration of repurposed historic buildings, Shelby Park is a unique, yet...

These six historic sites help explain the architectural legacy of Shelby...

Long before the days of urban sprawl, there was density—not just downtown, but also in Louisville's inner ring suburbs. Neighborhoods that once served as...

How MSD’s Project WIN aims to eliminate Louisville’s combined sewer overflow...

Waterway Improvements Now—also known as Project WIN—is the slogan-slash-acronym for the Metropolitan Sewer District’s latest initiative to reduce water pollution and overflows from Louisville’s...

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...

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...