by Tom Eblen, 1.24.15, Kentucky.com
It was a great week for “infill and redevelopment,” the popular Lexington catchphrase that is easier to say than do.
First, The New York Times made my little neighborhood look positively hip.
A Travel section story told how Walker Properties and other entrepreneurs are transforming National Avenue, a once-seedy collection of industrial buildings, into “the kind of walkable, shoppable district that is not common in a Southern city of this size.”
The Times made special note of National Provisions, a sophisticated food and drink complex that Lexington native Andrea Sims and her French husband, Krim Boughalem, created in a vacant soft-drink bottling plant…Read more at Kentucky.com
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