8.12.15

Germantown Mill Lofts // Holiday Happenings // Tips from LMPD

Preview of the Germantown Mill Lofts
This past Saturday, a portion of the new Germantown Mill Lofts were available for neighborhood residents and potential GML residents to view. The "Warehouse Building" open for preview is the smaller building at the back of the development that has 16 loft and studio style apartments. The first level, boasting eight bi-level, open floor plans, rent in the ballpark of about $1,050 per month. The floor above it also has eight units, but units are much smaller compared to the ground level. They rent for about $650 per month. Units in this building are almost fully occupied.
Exterior of Warehouse Building
Photo courtesy of Tim Furlong Jr. via GML website
Underhill Associates were true to their word: the historical and architectural charm has been preserved while providing modern amenities. Exposed beams, brick, and duct work blend seamlessly with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, barn-style doors (great for small spaces), marble tiled bathrooms, and fresh drywall. The ground floor is poured concrete, while the building's original wood floors can be found on higher levels. Despite their age, the wood is gorgeous and full of character.  
Staged living room in Apartment 7105 Unit N

Spiral staircase leading to loft bedroom in Apartment 7105 Unit N.
Kitchen and laundry room are under the loft on the ground level.

Bedroom with adjacent bathroom in Apartment 7105 Unit N

Small study area in Apartment 7105 Unit N

Bathroom with original floors in Apartment 7105 Unit N

Looking into the living room from the loft  bedroom in Apartment 7105 Unit N

Unfurnished Apartment 7104 Unit O

Windows and exposed brick wall in Apartment 7104 Unit O

Kitchen in Apartment 7104 Unit O (stackable washer and dryer in the adjacent room)

Walk-in closet in Apartment 7104 Unit O

Doors leading to walk-in closet and bathroom off loft bedroom in Apartment 7104 Unit O

If this preview is anything like what we should expect from the main building, we're in for a real treat. 

There will be two more phases that will be opening in coming months. We'll keep you up to date on when to expect those open houses. 

Holiday Happenings
With the holiday season in full swing throughout Metro Louisville, Councilman Pat Mulvihill (newly elected councilperson for District 10) announces several upcoming holiday events for the residents of District 10 and our entire community:
Santa’s Safari
December 12 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Louisville Zoo (1100 Trevillian Way).
Enjoy a visit and photo with Santa, meet Mrs. Claus and Frosty the Snowman, enjoy storytelling, and experience special animal encounters.
Contact the Louisville Zoo at 459-2181 for further information

Holly and Ivy Craft Event
December 12 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Louisville Nature Center (3745 Illinois Ave).
Enjoy hot chocolate and snacks while making your own topiaries, wreaths, swags, and table decorations from live greenery. Ribbons, gloves, and wire cutters provided, but we appreciate your bringing your own tools if you have them.
Contact the Louisville Nature Center at 458-1328 for options and pricing.

Light Up Schnitzelburg
December 13 at 5 pm at Mo’s food Mart at the corner of Goss and Hickory (1036 Goss Avenue)


Holiday Tips from LMPD's District 4
For a better, larger viewing of these tips, click here.
It's important to note that an individual (or few) have been walking around Schnitzelburg, Shelby Park, Old Louisville, and surrounding areas at night and looking for unlocked cars. Dozens of reports have been noted over the past few months. Thieves are searching for money and electronics, so be sure to not keep anything valuable in your vehicle and to keep your vehicle locked at all times. If you see something suspicious, call LMPD (502.574.7111).

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