Properties In The News


2785 Polo Club Blvd – WaterStone at Hamburg

Miller-Valentine Group is building a 264-luxury apartment complex near the intersection of Man o’ War Boulevard and Polo Club Boulevard. Located at , is set to open in early 2017.

265 North Limestone – Grillfish Opening

The new steak and seafood restaurant, Grillfish, opened this week at in  the former home of Atomic Café. The restaurant features fresh seafood, steaks and chops, salads, pasta, desserts, wine and cocktails. For the time being the restaurant will be serving dinner nightly, with a patio that is expected to open by Labor Day.

2299 Richmond Road – Applebee’s

The located at is closing before the end of this month. The restaurant lost its lease on the location in front of Southland Christian Church. The area director is unsure of the exact closing date, but it may be as early as August 28.

800 Euclid Avenue – J. Galt Eyewear

has opened in the former location of Sew Fine. Located at, the store offers an assortment of handcrafted frames from around the world. Owner Dr. Dawn Stratton uses small, independent artisans to bring more unique eye wear to Lexington.

816-818 Euclid Avenue – Rincon Mexicano

, located above Charlie Brown’s bar at , has closed. The owner, Veronica Salas, said that she hopes the closing is temporary. The family’s 3901 Harrodsburg Road location remains open.

342 South Limestone – Steak ‘n Shake

The new Holmes Hall and Boyd Hall, located at , will officially open on Saturday. These two dorms will add 1,141 beds for students as well as a to the campus. Steak ‘n Shake, located in the ground floor of the new Holmes Hall, is scheduled to

364-384 Woodland Avenue – Cosmic Charlie’s

, a long-time music venue and bar on campus will be leaving its at University Plaza location at the end of September. The new venue will be located in the booming Warehouse Block, at . Owners hope to have the new location opened by mid-October or November.

265 North Limestone – Grillfish

A new steak and seafood restaurant will be opening at, the former home of Atomic Café. Wayne Masterman, who owns Portofino, anticipates that will open in August. The restaurant will feature fresh seafood, steaks and chops, salads, pasta, desserts, wine and cocktails.

1165 Monarch Street – Provision Living

announced last week that a new 88,000-square-foot personal care and memory care community is under construction at . Located at t, the $18 million facility will have 104 apartments, including 31 in a memory care secure neighborhood. The complex is expected to open next spring.

Baptist Health Lexington

has opened the doors on three new buildings. At their location, Baptist Health opened a retail pharmacy in the newly built North Tower. Baptist Health Urgent Care and Baptist Health Medical Group Primary Care have also opened at