Prep Work Continues on Properties Up for Redevelopment on Midland

Dozens of trees removed from downtown lot as prelude to development by Janet Patton, 8.30.16, Former Lexington vice mayor Mike Scanlon said he had more than 40 trees cut down on a 2.7-acre lot at Midland Avenue and Short Street last week as a prelude to developing the property, but he has no definite […]

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Details About Midland Avenue Development Revealed

Midland Avenue set to blossom as developers leverage funding by Jon Michael-Brothers, 7.20.16, Change is coming to Midland Avenue, the near east side corridor stretching from Main and Vine streets up to Third. Three developers — Phil Holoubek and his Lexington’s Real Estate Co. (LRC), statewide non-profit Community Ventures and former Lexington vice mayor […]

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Council Hears More About East End Tax Increment District

Lexington council hears more about proposed East End tax increment district in advance of upcoming vote By Beth Musgrave, 12.04.14, The Urban County Council is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to allow a tax increment financing district in the city’s East End. The district would include the eastern junction of Main and Vine […]

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Development of Townhomes Between Midland and Bell Court Moving Forward

Townhomes to be built between Midland Avenue, Bell Court by Cheryl Truman, 9.21.14, Developer Brian Hanna wants you to visit a townhome that has not yet been built. A simulation of The Midlands townhomes, a group of 46 Craftsman-style townhouses with a gated entry, is in his office on Walton Avenue, just off the […]

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Mixed-Use Project Near Thoroughbred Park Would Be Anchored by Parking Garage

New city parking garage expected to anchor mixed-use project near Thoroughbred Park by Justin Madden, 04.21.14, Approval of a new downtown parking garage will be a catalyst for a long-awaited mixed-use project at East Main and East Vine streets and Midland Avenue, a downtown developer said Monday. The parking garage, which will be built […]

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Block of Property Near Short and Midland Sells

“Lexington businessman and former vice mayor Mike Scanlon has acquired a block of mostly vacant properties at the end of Race Street, and says he looks forward to working with neighbors to come up with a development plan for the area.” | Photo by Lexington Herald-Leader Staff

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