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Mixed-Use Archives — Broken Sidewalk

Mixed-Use

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...

As steel structure goes up, scaffolding coming down at 111 Whiskey...

Those giant diagonal supports propping up the burned-out facades of 111 Whiskey Row on West Main Street have become a familiar site, either as a...

Planning Commission approves rezoning, waivers for Phoenix Hill Apartments (plus new...

The Phoenix Hill Apartments have taken another step forward. The Planning Commission last Thursday unanimously gave its permission to rezone the property to accommodate the...

Shelby Park and Schnitzelburg winners in latest round of METCO Loan...

The city's Louisville Metropolitan Business Development Corporation issued its latest round of funding under the METCO banner on Friday. Two loans totalling $112,580 were awarded to...

Take a look inside construction work at 111 Whiskey Row

Construction is ramping up at 111 Whiskey Row where a fire tore through three historic structures last summer. "We are under construction," Valle Jones, a...

Church dating to 1842 to see new life with mixed-use conversion...

When I first wrote about this church in October 2008, its fortunes didn't look all that good. Its buttresses had been hit repeatedly by...

Victorian Phoenix: How a group of neighbors joined forces to save...

The Dillon House on Second Street has been through hell and back. Over the past decade, the century-old house flooded, burned, and is now in...

How redeveloping the Louisville Chemical Building fits with Bill Weyland’s grand...

  Over the years, Nulu has struggled to grow past its linear East Market Street arrangement. Despite its compact grid layout, the street's activity is...

Progress Report: New development is helping South Fourth Street shed its...

It is not unreasonable to say that urban Louisville is currently going through one of the most profound periods of change in its modern...