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Construction Watch: Main & Clay structure switches from concrete to wood

The concrete underground parking garage and first two floors of the Main & Clay Apartments have been finished and construction crews have switched to...

Architect Steve Wiser honored as AIA Fellow for activism, community engagement

Louisville has its second inductee in two years into the American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows. Broken Sidewalk contributor and local architect Steve...

To the moon and back: Louisville’s sky-high problem with Vehicle Miles...

One of the two main goals of the Move Louisville plan, the city's 20-year transportation plan, is to reduce the number of miles people drive each...

Shifting Ground: The building and rebuilding of Louisville at Fourth and...

In June 2015, city officials cut the ribbon on a new street in Downtown Louisville—Guthrie Street. For half a century, a half-block of Guthrie...

AIA-CKC Home Tour: Jeff Rawlins retrofits an innovative ’30s design for...

On Saturday, June 11, the Central Kentucky Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-CKC) will host its annual Home Tour and this year, we're...

Tonight! KY Place documentary series tackles the Ninth Street Divide

"The history of the 9th Street Divide starts with urban renewal. Around that time period, cities around the country decided they were going to...

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....

How Louisville’s bad air quality is “like a sunburn” for your...

Tuesday was the first Ozone Alert Day of Louisville's early summer season. The Air Pollution Control District warned us yesterday that ozone levels would be in...

Arts & Crafts storefront change to go before Bardstown Road Overlay...

The character of old buildings shines through in their authenticity, whether that's history, age or patina, design, materials, or quirk. A single-story stretch of...