While the actual Museum Plaza towers may not be going anywhere fast in this economy, there’s still activity surrounding the project. Those colorful banners declaring the Main Street frontage of the project where the U of L Business School is planned to be fell down yesterday. Before you call it some sort of omen, the electrical towers the Museum Plaza partners paid to have moved to the west to make room for the tower are finally standing fully upright. Oh, the ups and downs of the Museum Plaza world.
Yesterday, several panels boarding up facades along Main Street came loose, apparently by wind, leaving a dangerous drop into the a pit beyond the sidewalk. Today, a team was working to fill the void, but it appears only with standard plywood. The black-eye will probably be with Museum Plaza for a while. Downstream, the electric poles are climbing high, though.
- Museum Plaza Electric Tower Sprouts (Broken Sidewalk)
- New Electrical Tower For Museum Plaza Taking Shape (Broken Sidewalk)
- Remember When They Were Building Museum Plaza? (Broken Sidewalk)