Museum Plaza’s developers are working with the state on an application for a $100 million Housing and Urban Development loan. The loan is arranged by HUD in Washington, but the money would come from private investors and would be guaranteed and repaid by the developers.
The KFC Yum Center will open in about four months, and a proposed public art project for the arena has not yet been announced. But officials say the Arena Authority could soon unveil a concept for art that will be installed in the arena’s concourse.
A three million dollar renovation project for the area underneath the Clark Memorial Bridge is underway.
by Gabe Bullard Preservation Louisville has released its annual lists of the ten most endangered historic places and top ten preservation successes. Topping the list of successes was Patrick O’Shea’s at 2nd and Main Streets. Topping the endangered list was the as-yet undeveloped Iron Quarter, directly to the east. Many of the most endangered buildings […]
Applications will be filed Thursday morning to have the so-called Iron Quarter buildings in downtown Louisville declared local landmarks.
The fate of the so-called Iron Quarter buildings at First and Main streets will soon rest in the hands of the Waterfront Development Corporation; an emergency request to demolish the buildings has been rejected by Metro Government.
Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson delivered his final State of the City address today (Thursday) to the Rotary Club. As WFPL’s Gabe Bullard reports, the speech included his vision for Louisville over the next five years.
The Louisville Downtown Development Corporation will host a public meeting Monday to get input on possible changes to downtown streets.
To lure visitors downtown this summer, the Louisville Downtown Management District is sponsoring a series of free events.
Metro Government officials are making plans to build a bicycle transit center in downtown Louisville.