(Note: The Demo Watch section of Broken Sidewalk highlights properties eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places that are slated for demolition. These are simply announcements to keep you informed of how your city is changing. Unless expressly stated otherwise, they do not imply any opinion from Broken Sidewalk on the merits of these buildings or their planned demolition.)
A wrecking permit (WR992742) has been requested for a house at 2015 Woodland Avenue in Park Hill near the intersection of 22nd Street.
The 1,000-square-foot house sits on a 2,760-square-foot lot and is listed as built in 1910. The wooden shotgun house is listed as containing one bedroom and one bathroom.
The structure sold in 1991 for $5,500, but had recently been in foreclosure and is owned by the Louisville & Jefferson County Landbank Authority. (Information on purchasing property from Metro can be found here.)
Demolition can take place beginning August 12.
If you’d like additional information about this case, you can contact Mike Beard, Plan Review Supervisor, at 502-574-3321 or Cynthia Johnson, Metro Historic Preservation Officer, at 502-574-2868.