Henry Clay Building
There’s a great example of downtown revitalization at the corner of Third and Chestnut Streets.
The Henry Clay building was a stand-out when it was built more than a hundred years ago in the middle of the 4th Street business boom. The building started as an Elks Club, then a hotel and finally a YWCA; but years of neglect almost put this historic building in ruins.
Learn more about the history of the Henry Clay.
- Program 208
- 25th anniversary of the Humana Building, the historic Henry Clay, vitreography artist Julie May, and a look at Louisville's founder George Rogers Clark. Eileen Blanton of Peace Education Program is our guest. (#208)