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Louisville’s One Park North development takes shape

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Rendering by DKN Architects

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One Park North, a development proposed for the corner of Grinstead Drive and Lexington Road, filed new renderings with the city this week.

The $250 million project by Jefferson Development Group would include a grocery store, liquor store, and 12-story apartment building which would sit across the street from a planned hotel, retail + another apartment complex from the same group, dubbed One Park South.

The project was first proposed in 2014, with the city approving One Park South in 2019. The One Park development is one of several massive projects proposed in the Metro area in recent memory, including Topgolf Louisville + the Bunkhouse Hotel in NuLu.

The proposed development off of Interstate 64 would occupy the old Jim Porter’s Good Time Emporium, an old nightclub that closed in 2015. The area also includes Le Moo, Fante’s Coffeehouse, a former auto shop, a car wash + sits near the 297-acre Cave Hill Cemetery.

Neighbors have raised concerns about the size of the development relative to the Irish Hill neighborhood, as well as about the traffic the project could generate.

Jefferson Development Group is currently asking the city for a change in the zoning of the nearly 4-acre site into a Planned Development District. The developer recently received feedback from the community during a public meeting on Wed., Sept. 27. Currently, there is no timeline set for the project to begin.

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