Courier-Journal

That time the Courier-Journal proposed bombing Downtown Louisville

On June 29, 1955, the Courier-Journal published an editorial accompanied by a photo of Rotterdam after it was destroyed by bombs during World War II....

Taking stock of National Bike Everywhere Month in Louisville on the...

We're entering the final stretch of National Bike Everywhere Month, and May's signature event is upon us tomorrow, Friday, May 20: National Bike to...

The Haldeman Warehouse: Early tales of mini-storage inside a Louisville Landmark

Last week, we reported that the conversion of the old J.F. Kurfees Building on the corner of Brook Street and East Market Street into a...

Former mechanic’s shop could be torn down for more surface parking...

Earlier this month, a nondescript auto mechanic's shop in Downtown Louisville was proposed for demolition. Located at 430 South First Street, the former single-story Midas...

Plans to build 200 apartments on former Mercy Campus clear final...

Plans to build a 200-unit, $25-million residential development on the former campus of Mercy Academy on the Original Highlands side of East Broadway have...

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...

Vacant nearly a decade, former Mercy Academy property in the Original...

A stately stone-and-brick classroom building has stood watch over East Broadway for 114 years, but when it was built for the Sisters of Mercy in 1901,...

Gill Holland calls the Omni development “a serious disappointment in democracy”

Louisville entrepreneur Gill Holland has taken issue with the planned Omni Hotel & Residences slated for the former Water Company Block in Downtown Louisville....

Go west, young developer: West Main Street development pushes up against...

The epicenter of West Main Street is moving a little farther west, and with it Louisville's Ninth Street Divide is slowly becoming less of...