Properties In The News


163 West Short Street – School Sushi

After closing in December 2015, will be making its return to Lexington. The new location will open in March at , the former location of Shorty’s Market.

8291 Old Richmond Road – Boone Creek Outdoors

After being forced to close five years ago, has won approval by the Fayette Urban County Planning Commission to reopen. Before the business, located at , can officially open for business the zone change must also be approved by the Lexington Urban County Council.

107 West Vine Street – CentrePointe

has witnessed significant activity over the past several weeks – at just under two acres it is the largest commercial development site in downtown Lexington in more than a generation.

141 East Main Street – Alfalfa Restaurant

After owning downtown Lexington’s for 27 years, Jimm Happ and Betsey Moses are planning to sell the restaurant. The restaurant moved to its location after spending 30 years on UK’s campus.

858 East High St – Louie’s Wine Dive Opening

Lexington’s first has now opened in Chevy Chase. Located at , it is occupying the former home of Macho Nacho. The restaurant’s menu offers seasonal favorites as well as an expansive wine and spirits menu.  

1030 South Broadway – Ramen Ya

Shan Tao, co-owner of DY Market, has opened Lexington’s first ramen restaurant. , located at , opened last week in the former location of both a Thai and Korean restaurant.

1400 Delaware Avenue – Pivot Brewing

Lexington’s first cidery is hosting its grand opening later this month. Located at , will serve 11 ciders on tap, as well as 8 mostly Kentucky beers. The taproom will be launched on Saturday at 11 a.m.

101 West Short Street – Corto Lima

A new Latin-concept restaurant will be opening at in January. Chef Jonathan Lundy’s new restaurant, , will be the latest to occupy the building at the corner of Short Street and Limestone. He plans to have the restaurant open daily for lunch and dinner.

731 Red Mile Road – Fayette Seed

Jerry Goins, the owner of , has announced that they will be closing on October 29. Now located at , the business has been in operation in Lexington since 1934. Fayette Seed specializes in lawn are garden supplies, as well as having a large business in vegetable plants.