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Nicholasville Road and Man o’ War Boulevard, 1997

Posted on June 1, 2015 | in Uncategorized | by
Aerial picture looking west, July 23, 1997, of the intersection of Nicholasville Road (left to right across the picture) and Man o'War Boulevard (on the left side running top to bottom). On the far right side the part of Fayette Mall that was McAlpin's (now Dillards) and on the far left is the South Farm property that is now a Wal-Mart and Lowe's. Picture was taken. The Man o'War and Nicholasville road interchange is located at left middle of picture. Towards the lower left side is Fritz Farm, future site of a shopping and residential center. Work on the $156 million, 60-acre Summit has been delayed, but developer Bayer Properties said the shopping and residential center is scheduled to open in fall 2016. New tenants signed for The Summit include: Brooks Brothers, upscale classic American apparel; J. McLaughlin, classic women's and men's sportswear and accessories; Orvis, country lifestyle clothier; Lily Rain, clothing and lifestyle store based in Houston and making its Kentucky debut; Lotus Boutique, affordable "boho" chic; new to Kentucky; Anthony Vincé Nail Spa; new to Lexington; Water + Oak, outdoor clothing, hiking, backpacking, climbing gear; new to Kentucky; Steel City Pops, a Birmingham, Ala.-based gourmet frozen-treat store; new to Kentucky; Texas de Brazil, an upscale Brazilian steakhouse; new to Kentucky; Ted's Montana Grill, opening its second restaurant in Lexington and Whole Foods, which would move from its current spot in Lexington Green to a 40,000-square-foot anchor position. Photo by Frank Anderson | staff

Aerial picture looking west at the intersection of Nicholasville Road (left to right across the picture) and Man o’ War Boulevard (on the left side running top to bottom) on July 23, 1997. On the far right side is the part of Fayette Mall that was McAlpin’s (now Dillard’s), and the field to the left of it is the South Farm property that now holds a Wal-Mart and a Lowe’s.  At lower left is Fritz Farm, site of The Summitt, the 60-acre shopping and residential center that opened in April 2017. Click on the image for a closer look.  Photo by Frank Anderson | Staff

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