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Main + Vine - LRC

Main + Vine


Type: Mixed Use
Location: Downtown
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We’re very excited to announce our plans for our newest addition to downtown Lexington ……….Main + Vine! 

This attractive, three story mixed use project will be located at the intersection of Main St, Vine St, and Midland Avenue. 

We’re so excited to formally step into the role of developer for this site, and work toward producing a mixed use project worthy of this great downtown gateway. 

We anticipate having a combination of retail and restaurant uses on the first floor, with office use on the upper floors of the building nearest the “point”. We’re also in the exploratory stages of researching a possible rooftop dining area on the eastern end of the building (the portion of the building closest to Midland Ave.). Imagine the great views overlooking Thoroughbred Park from this site! 

For the upper floors at the western end of the building (the portion of the building closest to Rose St), we’re exploring the possible addition of residential loft apartments. 

The design of the building intentionally evokes images of our award winning Main & Rose mixed use project, located just across Main St. 

It is our belief that this will serve as the beginning of a “district” feel for this important end of downtown, and will encourage future development in this area to adhere to similarly high standards of design excellence. 

We anticipate placing a great looking sculpture or other public art piece on the point. We have already solicited some initial ideas from local artists, but want to encourage public input as well.” 

To provide community input, feedback, or to learn more about the project, feel free to call Phil Holoubek directly at our office number 859.255.6706 or email info@LRCrealestate.com

We’re looking forward to developing another award winning project for downtown Lexington, that once again includes community input and feedback.