Beshear says Kentucky must do everything possible to prepare children for a better start in life. “Mentally and physically, they must be ready for the education process stretching in front of them. That has been the fundamental goal of this task force,” he says.
Federal and local authorities Tuesday broke ground on the first phase of a new mixed-use project called “the EDGE” at Liberty Green.
The EDGE is a mixed-income expansion to the Liberty Green housing development near Liberty and Hancock streets. It will be made up mostly of houses and apartment buildings.
A project designed to attract more businesses to west Market Street in Lousiville could begin soon. Public comment on renovation and beautification plans will be sought Tuesday evening.
Kentucky state government has granted an extension to the Baltimore-based Cordish Company to develop its Center City project adjacent to 4th Street Live in downtown Louisville. But city officials say the extension is not a sign that the project is in distress.
A meeting will be held Monday evening in Old Louisville to discuss changing First and Brook Streets from one-way to two-way. It’s an issue that has been discussed before.
The final route for a canal to carry storm and flood waters through Jeffersonville, Indiana is still being determined, and officials are seeking public input on the canal plan.
The pending auction of the old Colgate plant in southern Indiana could change the city of Clarksville’s development plans. The plan for the Clark’s Landing development was partially meant to entice potential developers who might buy the site.
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.
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… Continue reading Whiskey Row Block Dominates Preservation Louisville Lists