Properties In The News


411 Southland – Marikka’s

Marikka’s will be reopening Monday, February 26th, bigger than ever!  The new Marikka’s will have 3 indoor volleyball courts, 3 outdoor volleyball courts and a large beer hall!

344 Romany Rd – The Romany Road IGA

The proposed Romany Road IGA is still a possibility, but has been taken over by Laurel Grocery Company.

344 Romany Rd – Market at Romany Rd

The Romany Road Kroger has been demolished to make way for a new IGA market expected to open in late spring 2018. The market will focus on a large selection of fresh produce and meat, with an emphasis on quick deli service.  The developers our currently in the design phase, but no word on what is causing the delay.

Imani Baptist

STEAM Academy to get permanent home at the property formerly occupied by Imani Baptist, with a temporary stop at the former BCTC property on Cooper.  What will become of the old Johnson Elementary is not known.  Could it be used for affordable housing?

PVA Inspections and Reassessments

The PVA staff visits and inspects one-fourth of approximately 300 distinct residential neighborhoods each year. We conduct these inspections as part of our quadrennial reassessment plan as required and approved by the Kentucky Department of Revenue. While inspecting neighborhoods, we review the characteristics and condition of properties and their improvements, look for changes since the previous inspection and update the photographs we post to FayettePVA.com.

496 High St – Chatham’s Bistro and Bar

Chatham’s Bistro and Bar is closing after three years of business. The restaurant, located at the corner of High and Woodland, was the site of the original Ramsey’s.

100 Midland Ave – Herald Leader Building

The Lexington Herald-Leader has reached an agreement with CRM Development for the sale of their building at 100 Midland Avenue for an undisclosed price. CRM plans to redevelop the three acre parcel.

CentrePointe Progress

Lexington developers Phil and Lee Greer of The Greer Companies have committed a significant capital investment toward completing the project. The three story 700-space underground parking garage phase of the downtown development rapidly nears completion, a building permit for the office building has now been issued and another for the hotel appears imminent.