Mark Your Calendar - Downtown Louisville Living Tour
If you’re in the market to buy a new home, are interested in looking into downtown living, or love looking into new developments, I have good news for you. Mark your calendars, because in just a couple of weeks you will have a rare opportunity to check out several of Louisville’s newest downtown living options, all in one day. The 11th annual Downtown Living Tour hosted by The Louisville Downtown Management District will be held on Saturday, September 15th from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
The Downtown Living Tour will give visitors, residents, and prospective homebuyers the chance inside some of the areas finest residential buildings. The tour will consist of thirteen buildings ranging from classics like the Galt House Suite Apartments to new construction condominiums like Fleur-De-Lis on Main. The thirteen buildings will include condos, apartment, and lofts. Right in the center of downtown, close to Fourth Street and several of the city’s high end hotels is the first stop, Barrington Place. A 17-story high-rise, Barrington Place is one of Louisville’s older establishments. Crescent Center is next on the tour. Crescent Center is one of the most recognizable downtown residential buildings, known for it’s “Crescent moon” shape. The building has both residential and commercial properties and is very close to great dining, theatre, and entertainment. Crescent Center recently underwent renovations, and will be showing off refurbished apartments and a new community room. The Lofts at Artspace are the next stop and have got people talking. Though the plans for the lofts were set back in 2007, their construction was said to have happened. Now, on the tour, the Lofts at Artspace is getting a lot of buzz. St. Francis Apartments, the Monsarrat, and the new Park Edge are the next stops. Park Edge is one of the City’s newest Public/Private developments and is still under construction. It will eventually have three restaurants and retail spaces along with nine apartments. It is part of the next stop, City Homes at the Edge. SoHo Lofts, Edison Park, and Falls City Lofts are next. Falls City Lofts is still under construction, but is said to be an unbelievable project when finished. The incredible location and high end finishes are supposedly going to set this building apart from any other of it’s kind. The finale three stops are Mercantile Gallery Lofts, Fleur-de-Lis on Main, and The Galt House Suite Apartments. The Galt House offers classic Downtown Louisville luxury. Located directly on the Ohio River, the apartments at the Galt House combine urban life with river city living. Be prepared for one day of the year however, Thunder Over Louisville, you will be expected to either get out of town or have a party.
Participants on the tour are told to meet in the lobby of the Brown and Williamson Tower located at the corner of Fourth and Liberty Streets. There will be free parking available to participants in the tour in the Fourth Street Live parking garage, located off of Fifth Street. The tour free and open to the public and a free shuttle will be provided to take participants to each residential location. For more information on the tour or any of the residential buildings on the tour, go to www.ldmd.org.