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Here’s what the apartment complex at the Mercy Academy site will...

On Tuesday, we detailed a Columbus, Ohio, company's plan to bring 195 upscale apartments to the former Mercy Academy site at 1172–1176 East Broadway....

Here’s the ambitious plan to convert Germantown’s enormous Bradford Mills complex...

That other enormous textile mill in Germantown will soon be transformed into 150 loft-style apartments thanks to a partnership of the Marian Development Group, lawyer...

These six historic sites help explain the architectural legacy of Shelby...

Long before the days of urban sprawl, there was density—not just downtown, but also in Louisville's inner ring suburbs. Neighborhoods that once served as...

Historic Shawnee school building being converted to affordable apartments

The Shawnee neighborhood on the western edge of Louisville is among the city's most historic and well preserved, with block after block of well-kept...

Long-vacant Kurfees Paint Building could become mini-storage, housing if rezoning goes...

One of Downtown Louisville's finest examples of Beaux Arts industrial architecture will be converted to mini-storage, if a rezoning currently in the works goes through....

Death in a Cemetery: Frankel Memorial Chapel Collapses

The small Frankel Memorial Chapel built in 1905 has collapsed. Long-time Broken Sidewalk contributor Diane Deaton-Street pointed out the tragic news and has shared...

Lost Louisville: Tyler Hotel On Jefferson Street

At the end of its days, the Tyler Hotel, then known as the Milner, was a seedy joint situated in the heart of Louisville's...

Indatus Renovations Moving Forward

Renovation work at the art-deco 118-122 East Main Street has been ongoing for a little while now. Built in the 1870s, the once-bourbon-warehouse was...

Video: Louisville In The 1920s And The Gene Snyder Courthouse

http://www.archive.org/flow/flowplayer.commercial-3.0.5.swf Check out this video describing the rise of Louisville in the 1920s. It was made in 2007 by the U.S. General Services Administration to...