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News |December 12, 2013 2 comments
‘Skid City Mall’ no more: Louisville architect Steve Hickerson envisions the Highlands retail oasis that could be
There’s a reason they call it “Skid City Mall.” From the bunker-like one-story 1950s architecture set back 300 feet off Bardstown Road to traffic jams in the vast, pedestrian-unfriendly parking lots, the Mid City Mall screams, “Fix me.” But smack … Continue reading
News |December 11, 2013 3 comments
At this morning’s NuLu Business Association meeting, Creation Gardens president Ron Turnier and chief operating officer Rob Webber addressed plans for a new hotel (potentially a trendy Marriott property) on East Market. “We were here a few years ago proposing a warehouse,” … Continue reading
News |December 11, 2013 0 comments
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the address of the Hunt Tractor property. In the Monday Morning Business Briefing, we told you the Hunt family, who owns the triangular .9 acre Hunt Tractor property at 300 Baxter … Continue reading
News |December 10, 2013 1 comments
Clarification/correction: Due to reporter error, Louisville-based investor Bruce Lunsford was omitted as a Kentucky Kingdom investor from the original version of this post. Also, the $1.4 million in annual state and city government contributions includes a $1 million tax credit plus … Continue reading
News |December 9, 2013 2 comments
(Editor’s note: This post was updated at 8:30 a.m. with corrected figures for the projected TIF district revenue. Also, the original version incorrectly stated that Bullitt County Tourism officials were the source for a tip about a new bourbon center.) … Continue reading