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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. 

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264 Walton Avenue

Posted by kevinhardesty on August 23, 2011

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The owners of Table Three Ten have opened  a new cafe. National Boulangerie & Patisserie is the first part of a French style food and wine complex located at the corner of Walton and National Avenues. 
Click here to read the article in the Business Lexington. 
Click here to view parcel information for this property. 

West High Street and South Broadway

Posted by kevinhardesty on August 18, 2011

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Dallas-based Look Cinemas came before the Board of Architectural Review on their plans to build an IMAX theater at the corner of West High Street and South Broadway. The deal includes relocating an historic home built in 1808 to West Short or the South Hill neighborhood. 
Click here to read the article in the Herald-Leader.
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502 West Second Street

Posted by kevinhardesty on August 17, 2011

502_West_Second_Street.jpgThe owners of Wine+Market plan to open a new wine bar at the corner of Jefferson and West Second Streets. Enoteca, Italian for wine repository or collection, is set for a soft opening by mid-month, with a grand opening soon to follow. 
Click here to read the article in the Business Lexington.
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610 West Third Street

Posted by kevinhardesty on August 12, 2011

610_West_Third_Street.jpgBlue Stallion Brewing Company will have a grand opening celebration on Wednesday night. The brewery is located just off Newtown Pike along a rehabbed industrial corridor on Third Street.
Click here to read the article in the Business Lexington.
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Wolf Wile Building

Posted by kevinhardesty on August 10, 2011

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The Wolf Wile Department Store Building is on the National Register of Historical Places for its significance as an example of modern architecture.

Built in 1948, it retained most of its original distinct interior and exterior features even after renovation to become the headquarters of the James N. Gray Company.

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