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About this project

This innovative development represents every aspect of the Luckett & Farley enterprise as it incorporates their architecture, engineering, interior design, procurement, and development services. From inception to final project, Luckett & Farley has worked as a comprehensive team to turn the 100-year-old abandoned, two-story, 45,000 SF building into a renovated mixed-use facility to host the firm’s new high-end office space.

Luckett & Farley’s new offices evolved after the purchase of the building adjacent to their previous headquarters. The project expanded operations and joined the previous offices to the new through a number of intricate pass-through openings. The renovation introduced the latest building technologies like VRF chilled beam systems, but at the same time, it maintained the existing historic façade. Luckett & Farley designed and constructed the building in pursuit of a LEED Gold Certification.

 This project not only represents the new home of the state’s largest A/E/I firm, but it also represents a multi-million dollar investment into the SoBro district, a designated sustainable district by the Louisville Metro Government. The redesign opened up some retail and office space for leasing and hopes to attract a restaurant and brewery.

    Project Details

    Owner

    Luckett & Farley

    Construction Value

    $5,500,000 (Estimate)

    Project Size

    45,000 SF

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