Listen to the story: Early next month, a panel of preservationists will select a house in Louisville to be rehabilitated under a new project called Preservation S.O.S.—Save Our Shotguns. It’s a style of house that symbolizes many of Louisville’s older neighborhoods. There are many variations, but shotgun houses typically have a long, rectangular floor plan:… Continue reading Effort Underway To Preserve Louisville’s Iconic Shotgun Houses
The Louisville Metro Housing Authority will host a meeting tomorrow for people who will be displaced by the demolition of the Sheppard Square complex in the Smoketown neighborhood. The city has received a $22 million federal grant to replace the barracks-style structures with mixed income housing, including some subsidized units. The housing authority will soon… Continue reading Meeting For Sheppard Square Residents Is Thursday
An affordable-housing development in Louisville’s Shelby Park and Smoketown neighborhoods is being renovated with help from private donors and the federal stimulus package.
Two Louisville neighborhoods are getting help in making fresh produce available to residents.