The Bluegrass Stockyards neighborhood, felled by a fire in 2016, may rise again — as millennial apartments and storage units.
A plan filed with the Lexington planning commission envisions the nine-acre site on Lisle Road as a project called Distillery Heights on Town Branch. Distillery Heights will include 228 apartments in two buildings along with 800 self-storage units in a two-story building.
The apartments will include a clubhouse, pool area and fitness area, according to Jim Akers, chief operating office of Bluegrass Stockyards. For more on this story, please go to Kentucky.com.