The Project

Adaptive reuse of a historical building located on West Main Street in Lexington, KY into a jazz bar and upscale entertainment venue. The project includes the protection and preservation of the original interior hand cast plaster cornice and moldings as well as the remaining intact hand carved stone veneer. Constructed in 1906, this historical landmark was Lexington’s most significant beaux-arts façade building. This project was completed as a joint venture design/build project in association with Fox Hill Company.


Fox Hill Company


Andy Shea, Member, 123 Main, LLC


  • 2010 Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation Clyde Carpenter Adaptive Re-Use Award,
  • 2010 2012 AGC Build Kentucky Award – Historic Preservation


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Cheapside Pavilion