Vernon Lanes is a 24,000 sf building on a .919 acre lot in Butchertown.
This significant venue located at 1575 Story Avenue was built by a wealthy butcher/meatpacker in 1886 who then sold the 9000+ square foot meeting house to a private Men's Only Club called The Delmont in 1898. The Delmont Club added the 12000 square foot gymnasium/activity center at the turn of the century. After World War I, the Delmont Club was sold to St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
In 1918 the Governor of Kentucky spoke for the inaugural opening of The Vernon Club as a private catholic activity center. Several adjacent properties were added and in 1946, the Governor of Kentucky spoke again when the Catholic Church opened The Vernon Club up to the City of Louisville and all of its citizens.
The Catholic Church held ownership until 2006 at which time it was purchased in its entirety by a private party that brought the old mansion back to its 1886 glory. The 6000 square foot/500+ person event venue concert hall was given a facelift and a new PA System.
Formerly a successful bowling alley and event venue, this property can easily be converted to an office, medical, coffee shop, restaurant, light manufacturing and business opportunity. The possibilities are endless
This prominent listing offers great parking and Interstate-64 visibility. Schedule a tour today!
All information based on the most recently available data (updated annually) and is provided in 1-mile, 3-mile, and 5-mile radii (radiuses) of the property location.
|Population Median Age||38||39||38|
|Population by Age||0-9 Yrs||544 (8%)||9927 (10%)||29972 (12%)|
|10-19 Yrs||466 (7%)||8894 (9%)||28530 (11%)|
|20-29 Yrs||1488 (22%)||17473 (18%)||41636 (16%)|
|30-39 Yrs||1283 (19%)||15290 (15%)||35550 (14%)|
|40-49 Yrs||894 (13%)||11720 (12%)||28740 (11%)|
|50-59 Yrs||704 (10%)||12692 (13%)||32673 (13%)|
|60-69 Yrs||642 (9%)||11162 (11%)||28953 (11%)|
|70+ Yrs||540 (8%)||8562 (8%)||23300 (9%)|
|Median HH Income||$46,833||$43,339||$44,433|
|Total Household Income||< 24K||817 (25%)||13840 (31%)||31236 (29%)|
|25-49K||879 (27%)||10773 (24%)||26949 (25%)|
|50-74K||584 (18%)||7068 (16%)||16898 (15%)|
|75-99K||489 (15%)||4122 (9%)||10671 (10%)|
|100-199K||425 (13%)||6003 (13%)||14918 (14%)|
|200K+||29 (0%)||2047 (4%)||5074 (4%)|
|Highest Education Level||No Diploma||452||7055||18689|
|Diploma or GED||1022||15678||44566|
|Total Housing Units||3,789||50,689||122,335|
|Owner-Occupied Values||< 100K||229||4204||14983|
|Total Working Age Population||5,714||80,934||204,014|
|In Work Force||4,026||51,410||130,777|
|Not In Work Force||1,688||29,524||73,237|
|Single Male w/Child||30||661||2,211|
|Single Female w/Child||175||3,377||8,689|
Population Change Last Two Decades - Plus Projection
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