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Lexington Picnic with the Pops announced that it will donate $1.2 million toward the construction of a new downtown amphitheater, to be built as part of the the planned Town Branch Park in downtown Lexington. Read more

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Lexington Picnic with the Pops announced that it will donate $1.2 million toward the construction of a new downtown amphitheater, to be built as part of the the planned Town Branch Park in downtown Lexington. Read more

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The new linear park Town Branch Commons will wind through downtown, from just west of Rupp Arena to the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden on the east end. The project will link Lexington's two major trails, Town Branch Trail and the Legacy Trail. Read more

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New renderings show ambitious park plan that aims to boost green space, pedestrian traffic and commercial activity. Read more

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New renderings for Town Branch Commons, the planned linear urban park trail, show an ambitious use of green space and protected pathways through the heart of Lexington. Read more

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The third Knight Cities Challenge is now open for submissions, giving Lexington another chance to solidify its status as a top-tier winner of project funding in the Knight Foundation grant program. Read more

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A few years after being a little more than an ambitious concept, Town Branch Commons, a urban trail system planned for downtown Lexington roughly following the city’s founding waterway, now has a real-world start date for construction. Read more

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Construction of the much-anticipated Town Branch Commons trail network in downtown Lexington is expected to begin in 2018 with completion of the $35.5 million project expected in 2020. Read more

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The Town Branch Commons project has received another $2.7 million in federal funding, marking the latest boost to an ambitious plan to recover Lexington’s founding waterway and create a state-of-the-art linear urban parkway.Gov.... Read more

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Town Branch Commons, an ambitious plan to recover Lexington’s founding waterway and create a state-of-the-art linear urban parkway, received a $3.2 million boost from grant funding.Lt. Gov. Crit Luallen appeared Monday with... Read more

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The plan for a linear downtown park that will follow Lexington’s historic Town Branch Creek is moving forward, with the Urban County Council giving the go-ahead for a $50 million private fundraising campaign to fund the project.The... Read more

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