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Ugly Buildings Archives — Broken Sidewalk

Ugly Buildings

Poor design decisions lead to missed opportunities at this in-progress East...

Back in February, we were ecstatic to see the historic bones of a quirky two-story corner commercial building at East Broadway and Barret Avenue...

Touching Up An East Broadway Building

An unassuming 19th-century building at 735 East Broadway is receiving a few repairs. Workers have been repairing and painting the front and side facades...

Construction Watch: Broadway Federal Building Nears Completion

Downtown's largest construction project has quietly been moving along on Broadway between Seventh and Eighth streets, adding one more piece to Louisville's growing "precast...

Demo Watch: Beechmont Fire Station

Mayor Abramson announced plans for a new fire station in the Beechmont neighborhood in late September. The new $4 million station is being built...

Whats The Scoop On This Russell Rebuild?

Anyone know the story behind this corner commercial building on 20th and Madison streets in the Russell neighborhood? After trying to find the scoop...

Rewriting History In The Suburbs

There's a disturbing trend emerging in suburban Louisville. Resulting from what appears to be a genuine interest in creating a more pleasing suburban landscape,...

Building Stares Blankly On Logan Street

This structure on Logan Street seems to be staring off forlornly with a look of blank astonishment. When I stumbled across it a while...

Growing A City Around Zones Of Industry

In its analysis of the deadly ammonia leak at an industrial site near the University of Louisville this week, LEO's FatLip blog brought up...

Snapshot: Republic Bank Gets A Coat Of Blue Paint

It seems now that the Republic Plaza building on Seventh & Market Streets is complete, the Republic Bank building on Sixth & Market is...