National Trust for Historic Preservation

Preservation in Transition: Louisville poised to rejuvenate its preservation movement

It's once again Preservation Month across the country—and it's a big one. This year's celebration of the built environment marks the 50th anniversary of the National...

Preservation, urbanism, and transportation collide at the Kentucky Heritage Council’s Strong...

We talk a lot about issues that affect the way we live in the city here at Broken Sidewalk. Big issues like transportation, preservation,...

To fix the Omni development, Louisville must take a sidewalk point...

“This year is going to be a critical one for the future of the city.” Downtown Louisville sure has sprung back to life after the...

Interview: Jim Lindberg explains the Preservation Green Lab, Louisville, and the...

On Friday, June 19, Broken Sidewalk's Branden Klayko joined a collection of local and national leaders in architecture, preservation, and community building to study reusing...

Place matters: Data suggests the West End Walmart will hold Louisville...

As the fallout from the recent Louisville Metro Planning Commission meeting continues to settle, it’s worth taking a close look at what the planned West...

River Fields Files Lawsuit To Stop East End Bridge

The Courier-Journal just broke the news that River Fields, a group opposing the East End Bridge in favor of a Downtown-only option, has co-filed...

Now’s Not A Good Time To Sell A Pink Palace

One of Louisville's most famous 19th century mansions can't find a buyer. The Pink Palace on St. James Court in Old Louisville has recently...