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Henry Clay Building

Historic photo courtesy of Cityworks, PLLC

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.

Bunbury Theatre Now, thanks to a multi-million dollar restoration, the Henry Clay is no longer an eye sore but a beautiful mixed-use center, and the new home of Louisville's Bunbury Theatre.

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)