This week, the Louisville Science Center began gutting the ground level of the Alexander Building directly to its west. The museum purchased the four-story limestone and brick building for $2 million last year and plans classrooms and laboratories for science education.
You can see a few interior walls have been removed allowing views to the back of the building and the carpet and ceilings have been stripped. The project should be complete sometime next spring.
- Louisville Science Center Expands (Broken Sidewalk)