Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville McCaslin corridor plan up for adoption following yearlong process

December 6, 2016

Jim Corin, of Louisville, buys donuts from employee Saskya Campana at Lamar's Donuts on McCaslin Boulevard in Louisville on Monday. The Louisville City Council will vote Tuesday on whether to approve the long-slated McCaslin Boulevard small area plan. ( Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer) If you go What: Louisville City Council When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Where: 749 Main Street More info: Read the full agenda at: bit.ly/2gvCrfv Louisville's City Council will vote Tuesday on whether to adopt the long-awaited McCaslin Boulevard small area plan — a blueprint for how development could be shaped along the retail-centric corridor during the next 20 years. The potential adoption comes just more than a month after officials nixed the controversial residential special review use from the plan. The road map projects an increase of about 100,000 square feet of retail space, 350,000 square feet of office space and 1,700 employees within the area over the next two decades. The plan's optimistic...

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