An occasional look at premium homes in Louisville.
As the newspaper’s Saturday feature goes, today’s “House of the Week” in The Courier-Journal might well be “House of the Year.” The paper’s snapshot: a well-known six-bed, four-bath Crescent Hill home known as the Hendon House dates back to the 1840s. It’s at 201 Crescent Court, and it’s gorgeous.
Photo: American Institute of Architects Kentucky chapter.
News about Louisville’s major employers; updated frequently.
The parking space squeeze along Baxter and Bardstown roads has reached a tipping point as megasized microbrewer HopCat joins a surge of new restaurants and bars over the past decade; there are now 66 of them vs. 51 in 2005. (C-J.) Four more companies want to bring super high-speed Internet to the city. (WFPL.) In Whitesburg, Ky., a boutique moonshiner is battling the powerful University of Kentucky over commercial rights to a familiar name: Kentucky. (NYT)
In other news, William Hamilton, a cartoonist known for skewering the rich and powerful in his New Yorker cartoons, died Friday in a car crash near his horse farm in Lexington; he was 76. (NYT.)