When Louisville’s Azalea restaurant closed its doors in 2007, it left a culinary void along Brownsboro Road. Six years later, the nearby neighborhoods of Rolling Fields and Mockingbird Valley have plenty of retail to choose from—clothing and jewelry stores line the picturesque corridor—but when it comes to food, options are few. Residents must travel to St. Matthew’s, Crescent Hill, or the Highlands to find a sit-down restaurant.
Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate (Steve Lennon and Paul Grisanti) have teamed with Charles F. Bauer Realty Partnership to bring upscale dining back to Brownsboro Road. Paul Grisanti, the Principal Broker of Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate, worked in the restaurant industry for thirty years, garnering valuable knowledge about Louisville diners and their specific tastes. So when Mesh, an Indianapolis-based restaurant, approached Grisanti and Bauer about expanding to Louisville, the former Azalea site seemed like a natural fit.
Mesh construction will begin this fall, and will open its doors in 2014. Studio A Architecture has designed a building that will combine Mesh’s contemporary flair with the historic sophistication of Brownsboro Road. The restaurant will use local ingredients, and “blend contemporary elegance and comfort with incredible food and excellent service.” Whether you’re in the mood for a casual, inexpensive night with friends or a date-night splurge, Mesh is sure to have exactly what you’re looking for. They will be open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, and their daily Happy Hour will feature a $2 bar menu. People from all over Louisville will be drawn to Mesh’s unique cuisine and warm atmosphere. The menu is chock full of delicious contemporary American fare, such as Pork Chops with parsnip purée and Swiss chard, Shrimp and Grits, Lamb Chops with mushroom bread pudding, and Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes. The to-die-for dessert offerings include chocolate terrine, praline cheesecake, Graeter’s Ice Cream, and more.
So mark your calendars for the grand opening of Mesh. In just a few short months, Brownsboro Road will once again be a Louisville foodie destination.
Hello friends! Welcome to our new-and-improved website, courtesy of the fine folks at Take Note Designs. While you’re here, please take a few minutes to look around. We’ve got some phenomenal properties listed, and we’re excited to show you each and every one of them.
One of our featured properties is this BEAUTIFUL brick building in the heart of the Highlands.
This is a renovated building in the heart of the Highlands on Bardstown Road. It is directly across from Mid City Mall, and has excellent visibility.
Parking is on-street (front), on side (Metro Parking lot contiguous to property) and rear (alley access with garage).
Alley access is a big plus for maximum ingress and egress.
Construction: Beautiful solid brick masonry provides a handsome building which is structurally sound.
Mechanicals have all been updated (HVAC, Water heater)
Electric and Plumbing have been upgraded. (wiring and piping)
Water proofed basement provides a dry basement of 940 additional s/f.
Bathrooms include 2 full and one half bath.
This past week, Paul Grisanti of Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate traveled from Louisville to Las Vegas for the Global Retail Real Estate Convention (RECON). RECON is a gathering of real estate and retail professionals from all over the United States.
Paul attended panels on deal making, networking, leadership, education, best practices, innovation, and globalization.
Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate prides itself on both its connection to Louisville and its national reach. Please give us a call–if you’re based in Kentucky, Indiana, or beyond!
Have you been searching for a well-appointed office space in Louisville, Kentucky’s East End? This property near the corner of Hurstbourne Pkwy and Shelbyville Rd would make a fantastic home for a business school, a learning center, law offices, and more! Please contact Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate to set up a showing.
After several months of deliberation, the Metro Landmarks Committee has unanimously voted to demolish the dilapidated building that formerly housed Azalea restaurant on Brownsboro Road. Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate is delighted to have taken part in the debate. We believe that the new building will be a welcome addition to the neighborhood!
Check out the report on WHAS 11 for more details.
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On January 1, 2013, Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate listed an industrial property in J-Town’s Bluegrass Commerce Park. Just over two months later, that property has sold! Grisanti Group’s Steve Lennon represented both the buyer and seller in this lightning-fast sale.
The 22,080 S/F, two-story commercial warehouse is located at 10121 Bunsen Way. The buyer is System Solutions of Kentucky, which specializes in designing, manufacturing and installing material handling systems. The purchase price was $575,000.
SSK is pleased to keep their business in Louisville, and Grisanti Group is thrilled to facilitate their move. As always, we wish to thank all of our clients for choosing to work with us.
Anyone up for pizza tonight? Deep dish from Chicago? Nah. Thin crust from New York? No thanks. How about something new, something different? How about…
Detroit. Style. Pizza.
Grisanti Group Commercial Real Estate is pleased to announce that Loui Loui’s Authentic Detroit Style Pizza will be moving in to the former Ferd Grisanti Restaurant, located in the heart of Jeffersontown, at 10212 Taylorsville Rd. Broker Paul Grisanti has a unique relationship to the property: A former restaurateur, he owned and managed Ferd Grisanti Restaurant for over 30 years. He and Loui Loui’s founder, Mike Spurlock, are confident that the casual eatery will thrive in Jeffersontown. It is scheduled to open its doors in April 2013.
Spurlock, a graduate of Bellarmine University, has spent a decade studying the craft of pizza-making, and is thrilled to bring a taste of Motor City to the Bluegrass. Loui Loui’s will also offer signature dishes like arancini, antipasto salad, pastas, and Italian-inspired desserts, as well as craft beer, wines, and cocktails. Plus, Spurlock and Grisanti will team up to revive some of Ferd’s favorite menu items.
As always, the Grisanti Group is delighted to play a pivotal role in bringing world-class restaurants to Kentuckiana. We thank Spurlock and the rest of our clients who have chosen to work with us. Here’s to many more years of solidifying Louisville’s growing reputation as a foodie destination.