Land Development Code

Sign of the Times: Why variances and waivers aren’t the right...

A request for a signage variance at a gas station sandwiched between Old Louisville and Shelby Park raises a few important questions about how...

When the Process Works: The case of 1904–1908 Bardstown Road and...

Cynicism is easy. When I first saw the Broken Sidewalk coverage of proposed changes at 1904–1908 Bardstown Road, my reaction was negative, definitely not hopeful....

Are you paying for parking you’re not using? How parking minimums...

For most people, zoning requirements have little to no effect on everyday life. Indeed, zoning—which is defined by municipal governments and which regulates building...

Kindred’s Downtown expansion would be better suited for the suburbs

On December 11th, city and state officials—Mayor Greg Fischer and Governor Steve Beshear among them—lined up to praise Louisville's latest economic development project: a...

#LouCityReads: Walmart can do better, like this project in Chicago’s Bronzeville...

The West End Walmart is already feeling like a foregone conclusion despite its upcoming variance hearing at the Board of Zoning Adjustments (BOZA) on March 2....

Ripping out the Cornerstone: Walmart must play by Louisville’s Land Development...

What Walmart builds at the corner of 18th Street and Broadway should not be about whether individuals like or don’t like the Walmart plan....

What you need to know from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition’s 2014...

On Thursday, the Metropolitan Housing Coalition (MHC) released its 2014 State of Metropolitan Housing report. Since 1989 MHC has been at the forefront of...