Monthly Archives: October 2014


Planners Hope Germantown Mill Lofts project Will Spur Additional Development

Planners Hope Germantown Mill Lofts project Will Spur Additional Development

A $20 million project to transform what formerly was one of the largest cotton mills in Kentucky into an apartment complex officially broke ground Tuesday. Developers, government officials and neighbors gathered at an official groundbreaking for the Germantown Mill Lofts project to convert the Booker Building, on Goss Avenue, into 184 studio, one- and two-bedroom loft-style apartments. Read More ➾ View Project Details ➾


Louisville is the First Market to See New Thorntons Look

Louisville is the First Market to See New Thorntons Look

Investing in the renovation of all its convenience store locations could be a boon for Thorntons Inc. The seven stores Louisville-based Thorntons has renovated all have seen an increase of more than 50 percent in the amount of food products sold, said Tony Harris, who was named Thorntons president in July. Products could include anything, including chips, hotdogs, sandwiches and donuts. Read More ➾ View Project…

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Germantown Mill Lofts Project Under Way After Late Start

Germantown Mill Lofts Project Under Way After Late Start

Work is under way at the former Goss Avenue Antique Mall after a series of historic approvals delayed the original start date for the project. Crews began construction Sept. 1 on what will become Germantown Mill Lofts, an 184-unit apartment complex in the Booker Building, on Goss Avenue. Read More ➾ View Project Details ➾