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Downtown Development Corporation Archives — Broken Sidewalk

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Louisville’s first bike projects of 2015 are bike lanes on Muhammad...

Forget about those goats, 2015 is the #YearOfTheBike, at least according to Bicycling for Louisville. And the city's bicycling authority, Bike Louisville, is hard...
(Courtesy Downtown Development Corporation)

Event: Hear about the South Fourth Street Retail Plan

The Downtown Development Corporation is hosting a discussion of the South Fourth Street Retail Merchandising Plan on Monday, August 29  at 6:00 p.m. at...

Structurally Deficient Demagoguery

After a recent inspection, the Kennedy Bridge was again rated as "structurally deficient," a title it's held for several years. Sounds bad, right? In...

Developers Consider Future Of Molee Building

Developers Gant Hill and Jonathan Blue have been mulling over their Molee Building on Muhammad Ali Boulevard between Fourth and Fifth Streets for several...

Effort To Save The Iron Quarter Underway

This week, developer Todd Blue of Cobalt Ventures and owner of a series of 19th century buildings on West Main Street dubbed the Iron...

Report Says Iron Quarter Buildings Still Salvageable

We have reached a critical point where action must be taken to save one of the most important contiguous spans of 19th century architecture...

Tragedy Strikes At Fort Nelson Building

By now you've all heard the news of the stairwell collapse at the Fort Nelson Building on the corner of 8th and West Main...

Local Leaders Ponder Louisville’s Future Economy

Last night, local architects gathered to hear five business and government leaders discuss the future of Louisville's "Changing Downtown Economy" at Felice Vineyards on...