University of Louisville

Louisville’s bike share system delayed another year till 2017

Louisville will have to wait another year for its planned bike share system. While the city's bike and pedestrian department, Bike Louisville, continues to...

Academic building to replace Crawford Gym’s elliptical paraboloid roof at UL’s...

When Crawford Gymnasium opened on the University of Louisville's Belknap campus in 1964, it was unlike any building in Louisville. "The unusual roof will be...

Major renovations planned for the University of Louisville Student Activities Center

A hulking mass of late-Brutalist architecture at the University of Louisville's Belknap Campus straddles a pair of railroad tracks and forms the heart of...

More like this: U of L gives free bike vouchers to...

Attention all students, faculty, and staff at the University of Louisville: get $400 towards a new bike by giving up your parking permit for...

Code Louisville unveils its new high-tech classroom building in the Nucleus...

A vacant one-story structure on the corner of East Market Street and Floyd Street is getting new life as part of the University of...

Three Louisville groups win funding from the National Endowment for the...

Three Louisville nonprofit arts organizations were among 1,023 nationally to earn funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the federal agency announced last week....

Louisville’s 2015 Jane Jacobs Walk will explore Butchertown on April 4

Here's another great event to add to your calendar: the 2015 Louisville Jane Jacobs Walk. Organized by the University of Louisville Planning Student Organization...

Dr. Chad Montrie explains the foul history of 20th century housing...

As urbanists, our work is often at the mercy of the dysfunctional policies and politics that came before. An incredibly fertile example of this...

Funds needed to help build this missing link along the Beargrass...

The Beargrass Creek Greenway winds its way from Cherokee Park through Irish Hill toward the Ohio River—but taking the trail today, you'd never make it...