Above, a historical photo showing the building at 809 Main St. The building is estimated to have been built around 1900. The space was most recently home to the Waterloo restaurant but has been vacant since the eatery moved in 2017, shown below. Courtesy Louisville planning documents.

120-year-old Main Street building in Louisville could get new life

LOUISVILLE — A vacant, roughly 120-year-old building on Louisville’s Main Street could be revived as a bar and restaurant after Louisville city leaders this week blessed a development plan and pledged historic-preservation funds to the project.  The property at 809 Main St. was built in about 1900 and served as a series of eateries for…

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