Old Louisville Neighborhood Council


218 E. Magnolia Avenue – Home of Danielle, Josef, Graham and Lyra Spalenka

Danielle and Josef are the busy parents of two young children, Graham (3) and Lyra (1). They enjoy walking their kids around the neighborhood, attending events with them in Central Park, and relaxing in their wonderfully manicured backyard! Danielle grew up with her parents and two sisters in Warrenville, Illinois. […]


1316 S. Brook Street, Home of Kris and Kirk Stewart, and Scroll & Ink Bookbinding

Recent transplants from the West Coast, Kris and Kirk Stewart have immersed themselves quickly and deeply in Old Louisville. They are actively involved in the neighborhood and still find time to enjoy their beautiful Victorian Home. Originally from Ventura, California, Kris attended the University of Oregon where she met Kirk […]


1251 S 1st Street, Home of Bethany, Joshua, Evelyn (7), and Iris (1) Adams and headquarters of Bethany Adams Interiors

With two young children, full-time careers and two neighborhood Airbnb properties, Bethany and Joshua Adams are quite busy living and working in Old Louisville. Originally from northern New Hampshire, Bethany studied Japanese at Georgetown University. Joshua, a native New Yorker, also attended Georgetown, where he was an English major. However, […]


1328 S. Brook Street – the home of Jacqueline, Duncan, Evangeline (8), and Elliott (4) Smith and Headquarters for Old Louisville Hardwood Floors

A native of Henderson, Kentucky, Jacqueline Smith was born with a love of Christmas and Victorian architecture. Her grandparents owned a large hog farm that operated 364 days a year. On December 25th they went all out, as it was the only day of the year that her young father […]


Old Louisville Named one of 2016 Great Places in America by American Planning Association

Thank you to the American Planning Association for naming Old Louisville as one of fifteen selected Great Places in America this year. It is a great honor to be a part of this prestigious list. View Old Louisville’s summary here posted on Planning.org “Old Louisville contains two National Historic Register […]


Old Louisville Named in Top Five Great Neighborhoods by the American Planning Association

The American Planning Association has named Old Louisville as one of the five Great Neighborhoods on the APA’s annual Great Places in America list. “The neighborhoods on this year’s list are a testament to the critical role of planning in creating more dynamic, equitable, economically healthy communities,” said Carol Rhea, […]