Greater Louisville Districts and Neighborhoods
Worst and Best Louisville Neighborhoods
Whether you're from out of state or just across the city, it can be hard choosing a new place to live if you aren't familiar with the worst and best Louisville neighborhoods. See submissions
Often referred to as "The Strip" or "Restaurant Row," the Highlands in Louisville is best known for its eclectic local shops, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
Though the Old Louisville neighborhood once saw a fierce decline in care and interest, its recent gentrification has made it one of the most desirable places to live in Louisville.
The eclectic Clifton Louisville neighborhood has grown around the Frankfort Avenue niche shops and locally-owned restaurants that are reminiscent of Bardstown Road but without the overwhelming nightlife scene.
St. Matthews Louisville is the city's largest shopping district--two malls as well as one of nearly every chain store in Louisville can be found on Shelbyville Road.
Germantown Louisville is often a less expensive option as far as cost of living in the city is concerned, and many individuals have used that as an excuse to adopt Germantown as their home.
New Albany, IN
New Albany is thought by many to be the perfect place to live--it's just a few miles outside of Louisville, and the home prices and rental costs tend to be much lower in New Albany than they are across the bridge.
Clarksville Indiana is better known for shopping than it is as a residential district. Nonetheless, many Kentuckiana residents have chosen to make Clarksville their home.
Corydon IN is a small town approximately 30 miles west of Louisville that is best known for being Indiana's first state capital. Corydon's Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.