Demolition and stabilization of historical buildings at 105-119 West Main Street. The work includes selective demolition, earthwork, foundations, concrete retaining walls, structural steel framework, carpentry repairs, new roofing and waterproofing.

Completed in 2013.


The stabilization poles holding up three Main Street façades have been removed and the project is now complete.

Sullivan Cozart, the project’s general contractor personnel have completed the stabilization, rebuild and renovate 111, 113 and 115 W. Main Street.

The three addresses make up the more than $30 million mixed-use development called 111 Whiskey Row, which will include restaurants, apartments and office space. At that time, the restaurant and office tenants will begin building out their spaces and are expected to open later that year.

“While our timeline has changed, our mission has remained the same,” said Steve Wilson, a founding partner of 21C Museum Hotel, adding that the developers and investors are committed to the preservation and restoration of the nearly 150-year-old historic buildings

The 111 Whiskey Row will have 12 apartments, a mix of studio and one-bedroom units, on the top two floors ranging from 900 square feet to 1,500 square feet.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said there is “no block more significant to our native spirit” than Whiskey Row, which also includes Whiskey Row Lofts and a planned four-story Old Forester Distillery.

Other tenants include Deluth Trading Company among others.

Completed: September, 2017