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  • pedway 2.0

    Eastern Kentucky University recently held their Fall 2016 convocation where all kinds of swanky new projects were announced. But by far the BEST project unleashed on the Colonel Community (in our very biased opinion) was another Pedestrian Bridge to be located between Keene Hall and Alumni Coliseum over the Eastern Bypass. We had such a […]
  • east end rising

    east end rising

    For some time now, i/A has been working closely with Community Ventures, a non-profit company based in Lexington, to develop the first component of a larger redevelopment of the leading edge of Lexington’s East End neighborhood.  Located at the corner of East 3rd and Nelson avenue, near the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden, the East […]
  • eastbound

    eastbound

    For those of you who didn’t know… I (Joe Rasnick) hail from Pikeville, KY (go Panthers), a fact that clearly makes the following story all the more sweet. Growing up I wouldn’t say I knew I wanted to be an Architect – but I had a pretty strong feeling that’s where I was headed. Fast-forward to college […]
  • bbq+brew+bluegrass

    bbq+brew+bluegrass

    Willie’s Locally Known, that Lexington mainstay of meat and music, made the very difficult decision that it had outgrown its north Broadway digs and needed to pump up its volume.  Their new location on Southland Drive is designed to nearly triple the number of patrons who are hankering for some barbecue and bluegrass. The new location was […]
  • a private tour

    We’ve been saying it for a while… but the Red Mile is moving quickly.  So quickly – in fact – that the brass felt the time was right to invite local media and representatives on a private tour.  The tour, led by our very own Joey Nolasco (along with CEO’s of the Red Mile, Keeneland, […]
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