Old Louisville

Did you know? Old Louisville is the largest contiguous collection of Victorian mansions in the United States at 48 square blocks. In 2016, Old Louisville was named one of the American Planning Association’s Great Neighborhoods in America. They Called it … Continue reading →

Louisville By The Numbers

Louisville by the Numbers was a feature in our 2020 Relocation Guide, and we thought it was pretty awesome to see a breakdown of our city compared to other cities!

Homebuying Trends in The Millennial Market

Since 2014, Millennials have made up the biggest portion of homebuyers nationally, representing 36 percent of homebuyers in 2018, according to Forbes.  According to NAHB, 34 percent of Millennials in 2018 would have compromised on having a smaller home for … Continue reading →

Bullitt County’s Most Popular Attraction

Bullitt County is just south of Louisville, offering scenery and a growing business district. Business aside, what is the most popular attraction in Bullitt County? The Bullitt County Wine and Whiskey Trail of course! On this trail, visitors can experience … Continue reading →

Antiquing in Oldham County

Oldham County is home to some of the best-kept secrets in the Louisville Metro Area. Population has exploded in the past decade, seeing an increase in businesses and growth. One of the “best-kept secrets” you can find in Oldham County … Continue reading →

2019 SMC Awards

The 2019 SMC Awards of Excellence Luncheon Thursday, January 30, 2020 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM EST Big Springs Country Club 5901 Dutchmans Ln Louisville, KY 40205 Now that the award recipients have been nominated and voted on, its time to … Continue reading →

2020 Relocation Guide

The 2020 Relocation Guide is here! Newcomers and current residents alike are “wowed” by the information provided in this magazine, published annually. Looking for schools? Places to live? Festivals? Museums?  Local restaurants? Important phone numbers? It’s all right here!

National Remodelers Show

In November, the National Remodelers Show will be held here in Louisville, specifically November 6-8. If you are interested, visit the NAHB website, or contact Donna Oliver at doliver@nahb.com

New Faces At The BIA!

As most of you may know, we have some awesome additions to our team. Meet Natalie Allison, our membership coordinator, Rachael Armstrong, our Registered Builder & Public Affairs Director, and Rachel Colangelo, our Event & Sponsorship Coordinator. We are so … Continue reading →