McCaslin Parcel O Redevelopment Study

The McCaslin Parcel O Redevelopment Study is a City of Louisville led process to identify the opportunities for the McCaslin commercial area that will encourage retail vibrancy, commercial health, and a desirable place for the community to gather. Ensuring a vibrant retail corridor is vital to the long term fiscal health of the City. A thoughtful mix of real estate options that fosters quality long-term tenants and encourages residents and visitors to enjoy the area is necessary for the area to remain viable.

City Council Goals

  • Understand the McCaslin area’s potential for retail and commercial development and supportive uses that could foster new investment and development
  • Review the rules and regulations upon properties in the area that may be limiting its full potential for redevelopment
  • Understand and incorporate the property owner’s, tenant’s, and public’s input into development and redevelopment options for the area
  • Evaluate various development scenarios, that focus on retail and commercial uses with possible residential development only as a secondary use, that meet market potential and provide exceptional fiscal benefits for the City by meeting or exceeding past tax revenue performance for the area
  • Provide recommendations for regulatory changes or other actions that could create more certainty for the development community that encourages redevelopment

Principles to be Incorporated

  • Understand market trends and market supported development scenarios that ensure the corridor continues to serve as the City’s primary retail sales tax base
  • Identify and evaluate development restrictions and regulatory and policy barriers to redevelopment and investment in the corridor
  • Ensure sustainable long-term fiscal balance and economic development of the McCaslin corridor
  • Reflect residents’ desired community character for the corridor in evaluation of development scenarios and study recommendations


The McCaslin Parcel O Redevelopment Study is a City of Louisville led process to identify the opportunities for the McCaslin commercial area that will encourage retail vibrancy, commercial health, and a desirable place for the community to gather. Ensuring a vibrant retail corridor is vital to the long term fiscal health of the City. A thoughtful mix of real estate options that fosters quality long-term tenants and encourages residents and visitors to enjoy the area is necessary for the area to remain viable.

City Council Goals

  • Understand the McCaslin area’s potential for retail and commercial development and supportive uses that could foster new investment and development
  • Review the rules and regulations upon properties in the area that may be limiting its full potential for redevelopment
  • Understand and incorporate the property owner’s, tenant’s, and public’s input into development and redevelopment options for the area
  • Evaluate various development scenarios, that focus on retail and commercial uses with possible residential development only as a secondary use, that meet market potential and provide exceptional fiscal benefits for the City by meeting or exceeding past tax revenue performance for the area
  • Provide recommendations for regulatory changes or other actions that could create more certainty for the development community that encourages redevelopment

Principles to be Incorporated

  • Understand market trends and market supported development scenarios that ensure the corridor continues to serve as the City’s primary retail sales tax base
  • Identify and evaluate development restrictions and regulatory and policy barriers to redevelopment and investment in the corridor
  • Ensure sustainable long-term fiscal balance and economic development of the McCaslin corridor
  • Reflect residents’ desired community character for the corridor in evaluation of development scenarios and study recommendations


McCaslin Parcel O - Site Uses and Opportunities - What do you think?

We want to hear from you.  What would you like to see in this area?  Tell us your big ideas - don't be shy and keep in mind how to:

  • Be responsive to both community interests and market demand
  • Boost the vibrancy of our retail corridor as both a destination and a community asset
  • Increase Town tax revenue so we can continue to provide more services to residents
  • Bring economic vitality for years to come
  • Expand and strengthen what you already love about Louisville

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