Councilwoman Mary C. Woolridge (D-3) invites residents of the area to a special meeting of the Hallmark Neighborhood Association on Monday, March 12th to discuss a warehouse demolition project.
“I want everyone in the area to understand what is the latest information involving the demolition project of warehouses at 2349 Millers Lane,” says Woolridge. “My office has been made aware that while this project moves forward with demolition, it is important to be aware of what may be constructed on this property.”
The Councilwoman has invited Robert Kirchdorfer, Louisville Metro Codes and Regulations Director to speak at the meeting. He has been asked to discuss what is known about the project including the demolition and future building permits for the property.
The meeting is set for Southern Star Baptist Church, 2304 Algonquin Parkway in the lower level beginning at 7:00pm.
The company that will be occupying the new warehouse is Advanced Distribution Service. The building is a new warehouse that is 251,317 sq. ft. The estimated cost is $6,700,000; they paid $30,254.12 for the permit. The demolition permit would retain the shell of the building only. Once the tenant gets ready to move in another permit will be issued, then more details will be known about future construction.
“I want to make sure everyone in the area has an understanding of what type of business is proposed for this location,” says Woolridge. “This is an opportunity to ask questions and be updated on the timeline involved with demolition and construction.”
For more information about this special meeting of the Hallmark Neighborhood Association, contact Councilwoman Woolridge’s office at 574-1103.