Posted On: 04-18-16

April 18 - Cornerstone Awards

2016 Cornerstone Awards

(Projects investing $1 million or more that were completed over previous year – construction costs only)

Jefferson Street Partners LLC for the $13 million construction of 310 @ NuLu. The project includes three, 4-story apartment buildings totaling 145,000 square-feet and 173 market rate units.

Location: 310 S. Hancock St.

Lead Architect: CSO Architects

LouMain LLC for the $24 million construction of Aloft Louisville Downtown, an 8-story, 107,520 square-foot boutique hotel with 175 rooms and 3,000 square-feet of meeting space.

Location: 102 W. Main St.

Lead Architect: PFVS Architecture

The Center for Women & Families, Inc. for $6 million renovation and improvements due to a major roof leak. The project includes improved shelter space and rooms with suites for large families, increased space for men, new meeting space, a large computer lab for clients, group rooms, and expanded number of gender neutral bathrooms.

Location: 927 S. Second St.

Lead Architect: Berry Prindle Architects

Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation for the $3.6 million relocation of The Dave Armstrong Louisville Extreme Park, a rebuild of approximately 1/3 of the extreme park due to the relocation for I-65 Bridges Project.

Location: 531 Franklin St.

Lead Architect: Luckett & Farley

Le Centre on Fourth LLC for the $85 million adaptive reuse of the Embassy Suites Louisville Downtown. The 7-story, 420,000 square-foot former office building includes a 304-suite hotel, 50,000 square-feet of office space, 26,000 square-feet of commercial space, and 81 lower-level parking spaces.

Location: 501 S. Fourth St.

Lead Architect: Potter & Associates Architects PLLC

Louisville Metro Government for the $1.5 million improvement to reopen the 300 block of Guthrie Street at Fourth Street. The project includes new sidewalk paving, granite curbs, tree plantings and street furniture.

Location: 300 block Guthrie St.

Lead Designer: MKSK

Jefferson Community & Technical College for the $1.7 million adaptive reuse of the JCTC Theater Arts Building, a 1-story, 6,700 square-foot former retail building for instructional space for the Fine Arts Program, a black box theater, and classrooms.

Location: 100 E. Broadway

Lead Architect: Luckett & Farley Architects and Godsey Associates Architects

Flash Property Investments LLC for the $1 million adaptive reuse of Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co., a 2-story, 43,800 square-foot production facility with fermentation room, bottling line, aging warehouse, tasting room, and 3,500 retail store.

Location: 120 N. Tenth St.

Lead Architect: Joseph & Joseph Architects PLLC

Norton Healthcare for the $69.7 million renovation of Kosair Children’s Hospital. Phase I of renovations to the 9-story, 267-bed facility includes upgrades to the neonatal intensive care unit, infrastructure improvements, and the addition of a new extra-large capacity trauma elevator.

Location: 231 E. Chestnut St.

Lead Architect: HKS, Inc.

City Development Group for the $2.5 million expansion of the Quad Apartments, a 3-story, 36,500 square-foot addition with 51 apartments and lower level parking.

Location: 600 Marshall St.

Lead Architect: CITYWorks

Beam Suntory for the $5.2 million renovation and completion of the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse.  The project includes a bottling line, a tasting experience, and a retail store.  

Location: 404 S. 4th St.

Lead Architect: Architectural Group International

LDP EHTC Presentation

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