Today’s Focal Update of “The Louisville Thoroughbred Society”:
Here are a few photos taken inside of the Hughes Lofts project, located at 209 East Main Street, and the soon-to-be-home of the new Louisville Thoroughbred Society.
The new, state-of-the-art, private membership club is expected to open in 2019 and will feature some of the most innovative and creative audio/video equipment and surround-sound technology that is sure to help bring Thoroughbred racing action from around the world to downtown Louisville.
The club will feature many amenities for its membership, including:
Private meeting and dining areas, fully equipped to entertain large social groups or private business meetings;
Designated lunch areas; with both hot and cold specialty foods designed and created by Crushed Ice Catering, one of the best catering companies in the entire Midwest;
An open air, festive green roof setting that will provide scenic views of downtown and many entertainment options;
Louisville’s first and foremost premium Cigar Bar;
And, one of Louisville’s largest and most unique bars, carved from some of Louisville’s oldest and most decorative native woods.
All of this will be wrapped up in and around one of the most historic buildings in all of downtown Louisville, or any place in Kentucky — and the new staff will cater to persons interested in, invested in, and fans and followers of Thoroughbred racing and breeding.
Each day of operation, the club will provide first class comfort, food and drink, service and state-of-the-art technical highlights to those who wish to watch and enjoy Thoroughbred racing action from all over the globe.
The Club will open its’ doors for the first time on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 for an “Invitation Only” Ground Breaking ceremony and introduction to the local community. If you are interested in attending, please reach out and let us know. We will also be educating all attendees about membership opportunities, and investment options.
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now, for a little sneak preview:
In addition, construction continued on Wednesday, Oct. 3 on a new parking garage structure, which is being erected in-between the Ice House and the soon-to-be completely renovated and restored Hughes Lofts project. Here is a little more digging action: