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Denton Floyd Announces Opening of New Luxury Apartments in Jeffersonville Indiana

July 25, 2019

Denton Floyd Real Estate Group (“Denton Floyd”) is excited to announce the grand opening of Villas of Jeffersonville located at 3001 Peach Blossom Dr, Jeffersonville, IN. Villas of Jeffersonville offers 264 spacious luxury apartments in the heart of the rapidly growing city of Jeffersonville and located just minutes from downtown Louisville. Villas of Jeffersonville offers a resort style pool, state-of-the-art clubhouse, dog park, children’s playground, outdoor fire pits, outdoor grilling areas, dog spa and bike repair center. This luxury apartment community contains one, two, and three-bedroom units with monthly rents starting at $875. Villas of Jeffersonville is conveniently located across from Jeffersonville High School.

Villas of Jeffersonville is also located near Kroger, Xscape Theater, Starbucks, Planet Fitness, Growler USA, in addition to many other restaurant and retail attractions. Jeffersonville is located just minutes from downtown Louisville and has seen tremendous job and economic growth over the last 5 years.  Specifically, the River Ridge Commerce Center includes 6000 acres of space for manufacturing, distribution, and industrial companies. This area is already home to many employers, most notable of which is Amazon.

Interested in making Villas of Jeffersonville your next Home?
Contact Carolyne Davis for leasing information at cdavis@dentonfloyd.com or (812) 705-4677.

 

About Denton Floyd Real Estate Group
Founded in 2008, Denton Floyd Real Estate Group is a full-service development firm with construction, property management, and brokerage divisions.  With over 2600 units under ownership and management in Louisville, Lexington, and Southern Indiana, Denton Floyd offers superior service and a quality product to our clients and residents.

 

Sponsored LAA 5K Fun Run

Denton Floyd had the pleasure of being one of the groups sponsoring the Louisville Apartment Association’s Outreach Committee’s 5K Fun Run last weekend!

The Outreach Committee focuses on local charities, food drives, and assists any members that may be in need of their help.

Denton Floyd had 7 employees participate as well as an additional employee on the Outreach Committee.

 

-New office location in Louisville.
– Two new properties added in Lexington: Park Vista & Eastland Hills
Apartments.
– Opening of Growlers in Jeffersonville.
– Renovation of Park Chateau – Renaming to Lofts on Ormsby.

DNR Honors Historic Preservation and Archaeology Standouts

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DNR honors historic preservation and archaeology standouts

Standouts in preserving cultural resources will be presented with the 2019 Indiana Historic Preservation Awards at the statewide historic preservation conference in Evansville.

The DNR Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology will present the awards during the “Preserving Historic Places” conference on Thursday, April 11 at 3:15pm CDT at the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse, 201 NW Fourth St., Evansville.

The Division presents awards annually to recognize outstanding efforts in historic preservation and archaeology. As the State Historic Preservation Office, the Division oversees the National Register of Historic Places in Indiana, the federally-funded Historic Preservation Fund grant program, the Reinvestment Historic Tax Credit program, and administers programs to protect and preserve the state’s prehistoric and historical archaeological sites. The agency also functions as the central repository for historic structure and archaeological site records. (more…)

Edison Park Lofts: Re-imagining Historic Louisville

The latest addition to the ever-transforming Butchertown neighborhood might seem like it popped up out of nowhere is a spacious, industrial-style lofts featuring exposed brick, metal beams and innovative sliding barn doors but, much like the historic district itself, the bare bones of this newly-finished project lay hidden in plain sight for years, simply waiting for the right amount of polish.Built in 1928 for the Wesley House, a local community center which provided childcare for working parents, the Mission Revival-era structure now known as Edison Park Lofts actually began its life as a gymnasium. The space for indoor children’s activities housed basketball hoops, a stage and unique spectator balconies high above the gym floor. Approximately 80 years later, the charitable organization had moved on and the old gym sat vacant and in disrepair, partially remodeled by owners who were unable to finish an ambitious project.Identifying the cluttered, unused property as a diamond in the rough, Denton-Floyd Real Estate Group moved in, bringing along with them Cash Moter of Joseph & Joseph Architects’  Moter undertook not only to finish the abandoned remodel, but also to re-imagine the space in such a way that its unique historic features could be enhanced, rather than overlooked, in a new residential complex.
These are the original hardwood floors”, explained the architect as he walked across the polished, blonde wooden beams that once lay inside the basketball court. “And they have catwalks, balconies, up here on either side. Spectators used to stand up here and watch the basketball games, so we kept all those, we’ve incorporated them on the bedroom side. …We’ve tried to work around all the existing lighting, the existing windows and keep as much of the light, airy feeling in the units as possible, and all the brick we’ve left exposed if we could. …And we left the structural trusses exposed, leaving all the historic elements, and incorporated them into the loft as best we could’ve.”

The one- and two-bedroom, high-ceilinged lofts, 12 in all, certainly haven’t lost the feel of the original space, despite the addition of modern light fixtures and appliances, washer-dryer hookups, industrial metal-tracked sliding doors and insulated, corrugated metal ceilings. Careful to adhere to national historic preservation standards, Moter even salvaged the large windows’ original metal safety grates, leaving them in spaces where current safety codes required barriers. The inventive architect found Denton-Floyd to be the perfect partner in his quest to strike a balance between luxurious modernity and classic character.

“I was able to get done what needed to be done, and done the right way,” he smiled. “They didn’t spare any expense. Economical, but still these are granite counter-tops and (top-of-the line) cabinets… They did the right things coming from an architecture standpoint, keeping the historic things and knowing the elements that they needed to spend a little extra money on. I often have to fight owners to do the fun things in a project, and I didn’t have to do that with this project.”

While the majority of the loft-style apartments showcase the instantly-recognizable, shiny basketball court floor, one of them offers a feature that is just as fun and perhaps even more unique. Three or four wooden steps lead visitors up and into the final living space, slightly raised, since it was built directly atop the gym’s original wooden stage. Another whimsical aspect of the apartment is its “staircase to nowhere,” the gymnasium’s original wooden stair which led up to the spectator balconies, now walled off at the top to create the perfect reading nook or just a clever shelf space. The carpeted apartment incl

udes the same loft space as its neighbors, with the addition of an extra window, recreated to match the enormous latticed windows that take up nearly the entire north-facing wall in each unit. “We’re hoping we’re going to get a nice view for Thunder (Over Louisville) from here,” commented Denton-Floyd Marketing Manager, Michael Rose.

As the paint was still drying on the last unit’s newly-built window frame this past Monday, Shawn Willoughby, director of business development for Denton-Floyd Real Estate Group, made preparations for eager residents to begin moving in to their new homes. All but one of the lofts, which will rent for $1,300 to $1,500 a month, were quickly leased once prospective residents toured the first model, before the project had even been completed. “It’s just been easy “ I could list 50 of these,” Willoughby enthused. “We didn’t market this at all… We did the Downtown Living Tour, so we had the model finished enough to do that, and then the rest of them were under construction and they were pretty rough, that was the middle of September. …We’re extremely exited, and I hope to have that last one leased (soon).”

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Tack Factory Anew! Shovels Turn to Signify A New Era

 

Trenton Scroggins, Courier Staff Writer – February 21, 2019. The Tack Factory closed 12 years ago — after 111 years of business.

Against the backdrop of falling boards and metal, blowtorches and trucks, a small gathering of shovel diggers met Tuesday morning just outside the factory’s western doors, where, as one key player observed, “We can finally say we did it…I look forward to giving all of you…a tour of the finished Riverside Tower Lofts in 2020.”

The shovels then turned the ceremonial first mounds of dirt signifying the beginning of a project.

Nearly two years ago, with the Stellar Communities designation in the City of Madison’s hands, Louisville real estate group Denton Floyd purchased the factory at Cragmont and Second streets, (more…)

$1M grant to Tack Factory to start major Stellar project

 

The State of Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority has granted a tax credit of more than $1 million, which will allow the first major Stellar Madison project to soon get underway.

The City of Madison and Denton-Floyd Real Estate Group announced Friday evening that Riverside Tower Lofts — planned for what is locally known as the Tack Factory — could move forward as soon as December. (more…)

Louisville Denton Floyd Real Estate Group Named One of the Nation’s Fastest-Growing Inner City Businesses

 

Annual ranking by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City published in Fortune

Louisville, October 3, 2018 – The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) announced that Louisville’s Denton Floyd Real Estate Group has made the 2018 Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing inner city businesses in America, based on revenue growth. ICIC, a 25-year-old national nonprofit founded by Harvard Business School professor Michael E. Porter, promotes economic prosperity in America’s inner cities through private sector investment that leads to jobs, income and wealth creation for local residents. (more…)

Denton Floyd Announces Masonic Temple Renovation Project

 

Louisville, KY – October 5, 2018. Denton Floyd Real Estate Group (“Denton Floyd”) announces the recent acquisition of The Masonic Temple, located in at 509 Spring Street in Jeffersonville, Indiana.  The building was built in 1926 and used by the Free Masons Society until 1994.  The building is listed on the Indiana Historic Register and previously was under duress as one of the top 10 historic buildings in Indiana in danger of being demolished, as the previous owners had plans to tear down the historic structure. (more…)

Denton Floyd Announces Completion of Assisted Living Project in New Albany, IN

 

Louisville, KY – October 3, 2018. Denton Floyd Real Estate Group (“Denton Floyd”) announces the completion of Mansion on Main, a unique and beautiful 108 unit assisted living facility located in Downtown New Albany.  The building was originally constructed in the 1920s and served as the M Fine & Sons Shirt Factory until 1997, when the factory closed its doors. Denton Floyd acquired the building in 2017 and has transformed the space, which had been vacate for nearly 20 years, into a state-of-the-art senior living facility that is set to open on October 15, 2018.  (more…)