On this page you will find properties in Fayette County that have recently been covered in the news, along with a link to the corresponding property record.
If you wish to search for a specific property, you can access the public records here.
J. Alexander's is now open to the public, becoming one of the first businesses to launch at The Summit, a high profile commercial development at the intersection of Man O' War Blvd. and Nicholasville Rd. Featuring upscale American cuisine, the restaurant offers patrons a menu that is 95% made from scratch and emphasizes wood-fired preparation techniques.
Lexington's Urban County Council recently approved a zone change near the intersection of Blackburn Avenue and Fourth Street, clearing the way for a new four-story apartment building. Previously a light industrial zone, the site is within walking distance to popular Jefferson St. corridor. The developer of the proposed property, Cowgill Partners, plans to offer 72 one and two-bedroom apartments.
Eastland Lanes, a Lexington staple since 1966, will be closing the doors of its New Circle Road location for the final time on June 1, 2017. Danny Collins, president of Collins Bowling Centers, released a statement last Sunday citing increased operating and maintenance costs as the reason behind the closure. Southland Lanes, Lexington's final bowling alley and another Collins Bowling Centers venue, will remain open.
Prissy Peach, a Winchester-based clothing boutique, will open its second location at 882 E. High St., the former Morris Book Shop storefront, on March 24. Occupying one of Lexington's most iconic retail spaces, Prissy Peach's new location will feature womenswear staples, along with a small curated selection of urban menswear.
Thistle Station, the high-rise apartment/retail development proposed for Newtown Pike between Third and Fourth Streets is now officially dead. The Urban County Planning Commission previously approved a change in zoning for the proposed mixed-use residential and retail infill development.