Preservation Louisville’s Top 10 lists

Preservation Louisville has announced its 2011 Top 10 Most Endangered Historic Places & Top 10 Preservation Successes. A “most endangered” list is a preservation tool for recognizing sites with historic, cultural or archaeological significance that are directly threatened or in immediate danger of being lost. “Preservation Successes” recognizes the preservation projects that have successfully rehabilitated and returned a historic building to productive use.

Louisville’s 2011 Top 10 Most Endangered Historic Places

1. Whiskey Row buildings

2. Shotgun Houses

3. Colonial Gardens

4. Water Co. Block Historic Buildings

5. Mid-Century Modern Structures

6. Park Hill District

7. Jeffersonville Masonic Temple

8. Corner Store Fronts

9. Roscoe Goose House

10. Historic Properties within the Proposed Bridge Route

Louisville’s 2011 Top 10 Preservation Success

1. Whiskey Row Lofts

2. River City Winery

3. St. Cecilia’s

4. The Pointe

5. The Ice House

6. Market Street Inn

7. Impellizzeri’s, Main St.

8. Eddie Merlot’s, Starks Building

9. The Gillespie

10. Water Tower & Pumping Station, Zorn Ave.

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