Live Work Space on E. Main Street
Also listed as Special Purpose, Office
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Overview / Comments
The Marcus Lindsey is a beautifully re-purposed Victorian-era church, which was built in two phases; the first in 1888, the second in 1898. The Marcus Lindsey is a National Historic Landmark.
In 1898 the cornerstone was laid for the “modern” sanctuary. It now stands as one of the coolest properties in the Nulu District of Louisville — the latest, perhaps greatest, and certainly the most unique special event venue space in the city.
The Sanctuary — Expansive yet intimate, the former sanctuary boasts massive and original stained-glass windows; an original handcrafted-wood cathedral ceiling; and 3,640-square-feet of space, including the main floor and balcony mezzanine. The Mezzanine features a stunning North facing 20×20 foot floor to ceiling, original, stained glass window. With its wonderful natural light and incredible architectural detail and attention to quality, the Sanctuary exudes a unique and inviting atmosphere for weddings, receptions, celebrations, fundraisers, conferences, community and special-interest events.
The Sacristy — at 1,610 square feet, this two-bedroom, two-and-one-half-bath condominium is directly connected to the Sanctuary. It also has an additional private entrance off Shelby Street.
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