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New residential and commercial projects are making Madisonville a destination neighborhoodRead Article

As part of a major overhaul that is drawing attention in the area, more than $355 million is being put toward the redevelopment of Madisonville, making the neighborhood a hotspot for new residents and visitors alike.
The former Fifth Third Bank building in Madisonville now houses first-floor retail space and two apartments. Renderings of what Madisonville could look like, with a bit more investment and redevelopment.

Rejuvenation and growth in the heart of historic MadisonvilleRead Article

Plans for development at the corner of Madison Road and Whetsel Avenue could mean big changes for Madisonville. New businesses are opening, and other projects are in the works.
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Offering an eclectic array of businesses, Madisonville is home to deeply rooted residents and newcomers attracted by unique homes in a reasonable price range. This family-friendly neighborhood offers hike/bike trails, an emerging arts scene and a burdgeoning CBD that's just months away from a complete overhaul, thanks to the Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation.

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