Downtown 502 Living The Downtown Living Tour

The Louisville Downtown Partnership (LDP) will hold the annual Downtown Living Tour this summer, The tour will showcase multiple residential properties for rent, including condos, apartments and lofts. Free transportation will be provided by TARC LouLift and free metered on street parking starting at 6pm.

Are you in the market for a snazzy Downtown apartment or condominium?

Edge on 4th

The Downtown Living Tour will feature all of Downtown Louisville's newest residential locations. Check out a virtual tour or stop in for a viewing.

Units on the tour range from $645 a month for a cozy space to $3,600 a month, for a high-rise location with resort features.

According to the most recent Census Bureau data, more Americans are moving to cities, reversing the decades-long trend of migration to the suburbs.

Currently there are around 2,580 residential units in the Downtown market. By next year, that number is expected to rise 27 percent, to 3,275 units. The Downtown population is 4,668, and that number is expected to increase by 10 percent, to 5,146, by 2021.

"Each year, we are thrilled to showcase the many tremendous residential options available in Downtown Louisville. We are expecting even more interest than usual this year due to the new residential units that have been announced or are under development in Downtown Louisville. - Rebecca Matheny, Executive Director of LDP

Free transportation provided by TARC LouLift with free on street parking starting at 6pm.

Did you know? According to a U.S. News & World Report article on the trend, “Those older than 50 years old accounted for 55 percent of the growth in America’s rental population between 2005 and 2015, compared with those under 30, who accounted for just 11 percent of the gains.”

Louisville is not only progressive, it’s affordable. Trulia.com ranked Louisville as the 3rd Most Affordable Place to Live in the US and Smart Asset ranked Louisville 8th in their Top 10 Cities for First-Time Homebuyers list. Sold yet? Learn more by going to Livinlou.com
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