Artisans Create Hip Vibe in Butchertown and New Albany Rises
Posted by Jay Gulick on Monday, September 26, 2016 at 10:00 AM By Jay Gulick / September 26, 2016 Comment
Great article from Bailey Loosemore at the Courier-Journal: Separated by the Ohio River, two of the metro area's once-thriving waterfront communities each had to almost completely die before they could enter periods of rebirth. Butchertown and New Albany - communities founded nearly 200 years ago - aren't a pair that's often compared. But with the metro as a whole experiencing a return to urban living, both have been labeled neighborhoods on the rise and have more in common than one might think. Read more.
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