Real Estate

While many might be in their mob wife era, we’re proclaiming a preference for the late 1800s aesthetic.
The Melroy aims to open at 144 N. Broadway this summer.
We’re rounding up the new grocery stores making plans to open in Lexington in the coming years.
Will and Sarah Hanrahan hope to create a community-centric environment.
Construction on the new 40+ acre development in Hamburg is expected to begin immediately.
Learn about current trends in Lexington’s real estate market.
Check out some of the coolest, most unique Airbnb and Vrbo rentals around Lexington, KY and plan for your next adventure or staycation.
RD1 Spirits’ new $5-million complex coming to The Commons will feature a research + development distillery and visitor experiences including bourbon tastings and blendings.
The proposed multifamily units would be located on North Martin Luther King Boulevard.
The $50 million complex would be built along East Maxwell Street near UK’s campus.
Barbie and Ken could find common ground in this house.
The Imagine Lexington 2045 comprehensive plan has been approved. We’re breaking down the 349-page plan section by section, starting with Theme A: Building + sustaining successful neighborhoods.
Following a four-hour hearing, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council voted to alter zoning of the iconic house.
As Lexington continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
Affordable luxury downtown living will be coming to downtown Lexington when a former commercial office building is transformed into The Vine.
Let’s break down some of the major development news to come to Lexington.
We want to know, what would you like to see come to 325 W. Main St.?
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Thanks to the keen stylish eye of Hannah Maple, a historic Kenwick home gets a new lease on life + a feature in Southern Living Magazine.
The University of Kentucky’s sixth annual tree week is returning with a ton of fun and educational events around town.
Thanks to an initial round of $11 million in funding, Kentucky will get 16 new charging stations throughout the state.
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Lexington’s newest mixed-use development is underway on the outskirts of downtown.
Feel the equestrian spirit at this 1900s home in the heart of downtown Lexington.
Good news for Lexington.
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