More than $35 million retail center planned along Bardstown Road

  By Caitlin Bowling | July 14, 2016 11:43 am Insider Louisville Fresh Thyme grocery store has signed a notice of intent for a 30,000-square-foot space. | Renderings by Herschman Architects Whitehouse, Ohio-based Devonshire REIT has submitted plans and renderings … Continue reading

MRGLSI 2016: A commercial and residential building boom

Hotel and home construction both keep crews busy across Louisville By Robert Hadley During the last half decade or so, Louisville’s boom in new hotels has earned the city a reputation as a mecca for commercial construction. But that mantle … Continue reading

GLAR reports 22.3% increase in Home sales in February

    The real estate business has continued to pick up in 2016, according to numbers recently released by the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors. In February alone, home sales rose 22.3 percent, with 1,062 homes and condos sold. For … Continue reading

Attorney General warns of IRS scams during tax season!

IRS officials will not contact taxpayers by phone or email FRANKFORT, KY. (Feb. 2, 2016) — During tax season, Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking consumers to be on alert for IRS scams targeting Kentuckians, especially seniors, through unsolicited phone … Continue reading

7 big trends in Louisville’s residential real estate market

Louisville Business First Dec 23, 2015, 11:44am EST David Serchuk Reporter   2015 was a good year to sell a home. Louisville’s residential real estate markets saw strong growth across most major sectors, and across many parts of the greater Louisville … Continue reading

GLAR president: Homebuyers more eager in the winter months

Louisville hasn’t had snow yet this winter, but snow or no, winter may be the optimal time for homeowners to sell. | Creative Commons In the winter, Louisville’s housing market is less competitive, and buyers tend to be more “aggressive … Continue reading

$16.9 Million Federal Grant for Dixie Highway Announced

October 27, 2015  A huge swath of Dixie Highway, from Broadway to the Gene Snyder Freeway, soon will be transformed into a modern, safer, more pedestrian-friendly corridor, thanks to a $16.9 million federal grant announced today by U.S. Rep. John … Continue reading