On Tuesday, March 26, 2013 RiverPark Marina won best Retail/Restaurant Project in the Business First Commercial Real Estate Awards. To read the full article, click...
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The return of Steve Poe … and the return of the dream of a residential riverfront into downtown By STEVE KAUFMAN • February 25, 2013 Poe’s real estate development company has completed the new RiverPark Place Marina, the initial element of his commercial/residential enterprise on the Ohio River – a mandate to connect the green space and soccer fields of Eva Bandman Park with the green space and recreational land of Waterfront Park. Click here to read... Continue Reading »
Louisville’s RiverPark Place project moves forward years after initial plans | Metro Louisville – WLKY... Continue Reading »
First River Park Place apartments to be ready for occupancy in early February | The Courier-Journal |... Continue Reading »
By Bill Francis • WDRB • December 12, 2012 It is a place where residents can live near water and a park, already a $25 million development with plans for much more. To read the full story,... Continue Reading »
A very nice production showing the history of Waterfront Park as well as a glimpse of the future. RiverPark Place is proud to be a part of such a beautiful park. [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/52880511[/vimeo] Continue Reading »
Construction is well under way on the first 167-unit, RiverPark Place apartment complex, with the dwellings expected to be ready for occupancy in a couple of months. The first phase of housing cost about $20 million. via Waterfront officials tour Big Four, RiverPark Place | The Courier-Journal |... Continue Reading »
Business First • By David A. Mann, Reporter The Paradigm Yacht In-Water Boat Show will take place on Saturday, Aug. 4 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the new RiverPark Place Marina on River Road, near downtown Louisville. More than 25 used contemporary recreational boats in various shapes, sizes, styles and models, will be on display and available for tour, according to a news release. Click here to continue... Continue Reading »
Would you like to live along the Ohio River with a view of Towhead Island near Waterfront Park? By: Bill Francis • WDRB News Work is now on underway on a $120 million development just east of the park. The first phase of RiverPark Place along the river is well under construction now. “What people like, no matter where they live, is to be near water and they like to be near parks,” says RiverPark Place developer Steve Poe. “RiverPark place is the best of both worlds,” says Poe, “we are actually on the water and we are part of and in the park.” Click here to continue reading and see the...
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Work Starts on Jeffersonville Ramp to Big Four Bridge By: Ben Zion Hershberg • The Courier Journal Linda Williams said she’s excited to see fencing spring up along Chestnut and Mulberry streets and construction equipment and materials accumulating behind the fences as work starts on Jeffersonville‘s ramp to the Big Four Bridge. “We’re happy to see any kind of progress,” said Williams, who has a ringside seat for the ramp construction from her Old Bridge Inn at 131 W. Chestnut St., across Pearl Street from where the ramp will start. “It won’t hurt my business,” Williams said, adding that she’s even more excited about the potential benefits to merchants on nearby Spring Street from pedestrian traffic crossing the Big Four Bridge from Louisville. She may open a small shop in her bed and breakfast aimed at such visitors, Williams said. The Gohmann Asphalt and Construction Co. won a $6.5 million contract from the Indiana Department of Transportation in February to build the ramp, which will run from the bridge down Mulberry Street and then east on Chestnut to Pearl Street. The ramp will complete the conversion of the former railroad bridge into a pedestrian and bicycle path across the Ohio River from downtown Louisville. Conversion of the Big Four to a pedestrian route was part of the 1991 master plan for Louisville’s Waterfront Park. A spiral ramp to the bridge has been completed in Louisville at a cost of $6.5 million in private contributions, and reconstruction of the bridge deck for walkers and cyclists is under way. The Jeffersonville ramp, the last part of the conversion, is expected to...