2020 Home, Garden & Remodeling Show Seminar Schedule

2020 Home, Garden, and Remodeling Show Seminar Schedule Saturday, February 29, 2020 11:00 am  Speaker: Tracy Reesor, LG&E Damage Prevention Coordinator Presentation Title:“What’s at Stake: Remember 811 before you dig.” Noon Speaker: Judy Buckler, Master Gardener Topic: Raising Chickens in … Continue reading →

2020 Table Top Night

We had a great turn out for our 2020 Table Top Night event, with a bunch of awesome vendors and members in attendance. Thank you to all of our sponsors for making this event possible!

2019 SMC Awards

Thank you to all of our members who came out to our Sales and Marketing Council Awards today. Congratulations to all of our award winners and thank you for your hard work over the past year!


Butchertown lies just east of Downtown with a long history dating back to the 1700s. While only one meatpacker remains, its history is evident in its Victorian and shotgun houses.   To read more about Butchertown, click here.  

EPA’s Final Rule

Yesterday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) released a pre-publication version of its final rule defining the scope of waters federally regulated as “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) under the Clean Water Act (CWA). … Continue reading →

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 →