Levy Brothers Building Honored with Historical Marker










On Sunday, May 20, at 2 pm, the historic Levy Brothers building on the northeast corner of Third and Market will be honored with a Kentucky state historical marker. One of the great surviving structures in downtown Louisville, the Charles J. Clarke and Arthur Loomis designed building was home to Levy’s for almost ninety years. It was featured in the American Architect and Building News of October 21, 1893. With the marker erected, now all those passing by or dining in the restaurant there can learn more about the Louisville landmark and the architects who designed it.

Architectural rendering of the Levy Bros. building when it opened in 1893.

Levy Bros. letterhead, 1902

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One comment for “Levy Brothers Building Honored with Historical Marker

  1. Josh

    The Old spaghetti Factory 😉


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