Green Building Adapts to Various Structures, Scales in Kentucky Architecture

Green building is often seen as a luxury. A lot of projects are capital-intensive, and take years to make up for their costs in energy savings. But as energy prices rise, sustainable buildings are starting to make even more fiscal sense for all types of buildings. The corner of Seventh and Liberty streets in downtown […]

Group Lists City's Most Endangered Historic Places

A Louisville group identified the city’s 10 most endangered historic places along with some positive news. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. Preservation Louisville released the list today along with the city’s top 10 preservation successes. The group praises the renovation of the US Marine Hospital in the Portland neighborhood and Corbett’s, an eastern Louisville restaurant […]

Whitney Hall Stage Floor Donated To Charity

From WFPL’s Cassidy Herrington Louisville’s Habitat for Humanity will uproot 6,000 square feet of hardwood flooring from the stage of the Kentucky Center’s Whitney Hall this weekend. The Kentucky Center is donating the flooring to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which will sell it to raise money for the organization. Habitat for Humanity’s Director of […]