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properties in the news

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.

Southeast Greyhound Line Building

Posted by kevinhardesty on October 5, 2011

101_West_Loudon.jpgThe Southeast Greyhound Line building at 101 West Loudon Avenue is one step closer to being listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building is owned by Lextran, which originally planned to demolish it and rebuild a new facility for its operations.
Click here to read the article in the Herald-Leader.
Click here to view parcel information for this property. 

496 Southland Drive

Posted by kevinhardesty on October 4, 2011

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Nearly four years after an $11.7 million federal grant was award for a public health clinic in Lexington, construction is slated to begin within 60 days on a new building at 496 Southland Drive.
Click here to read the article in the Herald-Leader.
Click here to view parcel information for this property.

Town Branch Commons

Posted by kevinhardesty on September 25, 2011

Town_Branch_Commons.jpgSCAPE/Landscape Architecture lays out plans for Town Branch Commons. The design features a linear collection of green space, rain gardens and fountains stretching through downtown Lexington. 
Click here to read the article in the Herald-Leader.
Click here for link to SCAPE design.

Trader Joe's

Posted by kevinhardesty on September 20, 2011

Joes_Crab_Shack.jpgGrocery store chain Trader Joe's has opened a new store in Lexington, at the site of the old Joe's Crab Shack on Nicholasville Road.  The property is located at 2326 Nicholasville.

To view the parcel information for this property, click here.

To read more about this story from the Herald-Leader, click here.

1393 Trent Boulevard

Posted by kevinhardesty on September 12, 2011

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The Bluegrass Area Development District is selling its Trent Boulevard property to a nonprofit Ohio company that plans to invest about $8.75 million to create more than 50 housing units for limited-income seniors.
Click here to read the article in the Herald-Leader.
Click here to view parcel information for this property.