Applications will be filed Thursday morning to have the so-called Iron Quarter buildings in downtown Louisville declared local landmarks.
by Stephanie Crosby Two business owners who have poured millions of dollars into new developments near the new arena say the ongoing battle over the Iron Quarter is hampering their business. Tom O’Shea and Bill Whelen spoke today at the Louisville Forum. Tom O’Shea is the owner of several bars and restaurants in Louisville, including… Continue reading Iron Quarter Battle Hampers Nearby Businesses
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.
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