LuigART Makers Spaces

On October 23, 2014 Planning Commission unanimously recommended that City Council adopt the text Amendment to Article 22 of our Zoning Ordinance to establish a Planned Unit Development-2 (PUD-2) ZONE. In the coming weeks City Council will take the application under consideration. We will keep you posted of progress here at Fayette Alliance supports […]

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Future Plan for Old Courthouse Will Be Determined by Final Report

Council members say final report will determine future plan for old courthouse by Beth Musgrave, 8.19.14, Several members of the Urban County Council said Tuesday that they were dismayed that some areas of the former Fayette County Courthouse had deteriorated so badly that the shuttered Main Street building must be fenced off to protect […]

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Jefferson Street Food Culture Continues Growth with The Apiary

Jefferson Street project aims to be gathering place for those who love food, wine and cooking by Tom Eblen, 7.27.14, Nobody paid much attention to the old industrial building on Jefferson Street until July 17, 2008, when a spectacular two-alarm fire gutted Star Light & Magic, a theatrical special effects company. Jefferson Street is […]

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Euclid Kroger’s Replacement to Open By End of Year

Kroger on Euclid coming down; replacement to open by end of year by Janet Patton, 04.07.14 The walls of the Euclid Avenue Kroger finally came down Monday. Demolition of the store began in earnest, and construction workers probably will have the 38,000-square-foot building down in a week or two. Construction of the new store, to […]

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2014 House Bill 282: Expanding Mixed-Use Development

House Bill 282 did not make it out of committee during the 2014 legislative session. However, it General Assembly might take it back up in the 2015 session. We’ll keep you updated of any new developments here at The Kentucky State Legislature is currently considering House Bill 282, which will expand the scope of […]

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Demolition Starts at Turfland Mall

Video & Photos: Workers demolish Turfland Mall buildings Staff, 02.13.14, Demolition continued Thursday on part of the former Turfland Mall on Harrodsburg Road in Lexington. The former Dillard’s department store will not be torn down. It is to be renovated to be a new University of Kentucky HealthCare clinic. The former mall area between […]

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Kroger Negotiating with Premier Home Video for Pharmacy Space

Kroger on Euclid seeks to put pharmacy in Premier Home Video building by Janet Patton, 12.11.13, Kroger is negotiating to keep its Euclid Avenue pharmacy open while the store is demolished and rebuilt. That might be good news for pharmacy customers, but it probably will mean the loss of another neighborhood business: Premier Home […]

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Gray Looks to Redevelop City Buildings

Reasonable plan for a new city hall in Lexington Editorial, 11.14.13, Shortly after the Lexington and Fayette County governments merged in 1974, a discussion began about creating more office space for local government. A 2001 story summarized the outcome: “1982: After much squabbling and many unfulfilled plans, the city moves offices into the former […]

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