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.
The Hampton Hotels chain has donated money and a labor force to make improvements to the Belle of Louisville.
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… Continue reading Group Lists City's Most Endangered Historic Places
A single-lane bridge in eastern Jefferson County is set to be widened. But a legal dispute could stop the project.
Otter Creek Park in Meade County is set to close this week. But efforts aimed at re-opening the park in 2009 are underway.
Louisville area preservationists want four buildings on the proposed Center City site to be declared historical landmarks.