A rendering of the building at Main and Limestone that currently houses Taste of Thai and Sam's Hotdogs.
Lexington, KY - In addition to a new design for CentrePointe for the October 9, meeting of the Courthouse Area Design Review Board, designs have been released for a revamped building that currently houses Taste of Thai and Sam's Hotdogs at the corner of Main and Limestone in downtown Lexington.
The design is an update to a previously approved rehabilitation of the building at 101 and 105 West Main St. In July of 2012, Murphy + Graves Architects got approval for the building stating that the structure would be rehabbed "to attract and accommodate future businesses."
The building was purchased in December of 2011 by 101 West Main, LLC, a company owned by the Webb Companies for $750,000. The latest design has been altered with the addition of a new roof line and a corner entrance. (Photo Gallery On The Next Page)
The packet of designs includes a picture of Thistle Hill Tavern in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. Developer Dudley Webb said the photo from the New York City restaurant was included because it shows what a building with a corner entrance can look like.
This building's design as well as that of an apartment building will be under consideration by the design review board at their next meeting.