Underhill Associates
Spring Newsletter
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Started with 52 - Sold and Closed 35
Under Contract 3 - Units Left  14

The George has been undergoing some exciting changes. First we would like to thank Colleen Underhill for stepping in as “On Site Property Manager”. Colleen has taken over these responsibilities and not skipped a beat. The homeowners love her and the building looks as luxurious as ever.  
Sales continue at a steady rate, spring and summer always bring in that extra foot traffic as clients are out in force looking at the property. Jordan has been working with a local company to do a Touring Virtual Floor Plan for the Penthouse Unit.  

The George team has rolled out a beautiful design book to show off the building amenities during tours.

Germantown Mill Bark Park

We were recently interviewed by WHAS and the piece aired on Easter 11 pm news cast. The piece was about our recent property addition, the Germantown Mill Bark Park. The focus was on Downtown Living and the increase of pet friendly properties. Properties that are building pet parks and pet spa amenities instead of family playgrounds. The piece was very well done, and we had a few 4 legged friends that were interviewed as well. This highly anticipated bark park features turf, GML Logo water bowls, tennis balls for pet exercise, complementary dog treats and a pet waste station. Our residents have been over the moon about this new addition and have even formed their own social pet and pet owner play dates and gatherings.
The pet spa area is under construction and due to be completed soon. Another great feature for our pet parents.

We continue to tour daily, and maintain 100% occupancy.

Germantown Mill Loft's Newest Employee!

Mya has been posting awesome GML photos to our Instagram and it has made an instant difference. We have increased the number of our followers to over 500. Mya has been posting pictures of our events, reviews, residents and various property photos promoting all things GML. It has increased our social media presence, and we could not be happier with the results.

Special Thanks To...

Johnathan has been a great addition to the team as he has committed to keeping the property looking great. The extra set of hands with this very popular property has made us all look good. Thank you, Johnathan for all of your hard work at Germantown Mill Lofts.

Couvillion was selected as business of the month by the Germantown Schnitzelburg Business Association

Highlands Court residents proudly wearing their Derby hats made during “Crafting with Lysa”.

We are gearing up for our Highlands Court 35th anniversary party in combination with the 4th of July, to be held on the 7th for the residents, their friends and family.

Bob in his Derby hat.

Things at Heritage Green are moving right along. We are anticipating newly renovated units in the next few weeks. They are going to be fabulous with a modern twist. This will give Heritage Green the advantage of offering traditional and modern style units.

In anticipation of adding additional units to manage at Heritage Green, we have built a strong foundation of staff. We are fortunate to have a superlative core team to build on in the future.

Heritage Green's Newest Employees!

Byron is 23 years old. He enjoys spending time with his family as well as going to the movies and gym. He is a sports fan, basketball to be exact. Cars fascinate him, he can usually point out a car and know the make and model. Byron has to keep a clean car and usually washes his car every weekend. His previous work experience was at Park Duvalle and Sheppard Square. Byron is happy to be working at Heritage Green and looks forward to growth and experience while working in the maintenance field.

Julie is newly married and now the step-mom to the "most perfect 6 year old boy." She is excited to be back doing property management after a 4-year hiatus. In her free time Julie enjoys hanging out with friends, supporting her husband's local band, hanging out with her cat and taking long naps.

Patrick moved to Louisville from Shreveport Louisiana when he was a young child. He accepted Jesus Christ into his life at the age of 6 years old. He is a painter/maintenance technician by profession and has been for the last 20 years. One of his passions is singing, and over the years has performed at many weddings and events. Patrick has won 1st and 2nd place at the Kentucky Expo talent show. In his spare time he loves to ride his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He has been married to his wife Kimberly for 25 years, and they have a 22-year-old son, who is in his senor year of college. "The love of my life is my wife and my son, and all that I do is for them".

New Employee Welcome Lunch at the Post.

After extensive structural work, the original Colonial Gardens building is getting windows and siding installation.
During the next week, the long awaited beer garden patio will be poured with installation of the engraved brick area to follow.
Once this area is completed, we plan to have a dedication for all of those who had bricks made. We will also have a dedication of the State Historic Marker.

We have two additional exciting restaurant concepts that are now seeking bank approval.

We are hopeful neighbors will be understanding that new tenant announcements and exact dates for openings can be a little hard to peg. Thankfully, those who have endured years of blight and inactivity on this highly visible street corner continue to be excited to witness the progress, which is evident with each week of construction.

Across the street from Colonial Gardens, Todd and Jeff Underhill are purchasing the former Jimbo’s Barbecue building. It will provide space for a fifth new restaurant. There are negotiations underway with an exciting concept. Once a deal is consummated, renovations of the property are anticipated.

This location will be the largest Taco Luchador to date, as operator Fernando Martinez expects great demand from neighbors and the Iroquois Amphitheater traffic.
Opening this June!


Union 15 will be the first of its kind, featuring high end pizza and craft beers. Operator Paul Blackburn is a third generation South Ender and very excited to return to his roots. He also has the successful Couvillion Restaurant in Germantown Mill Lofts. The name Union 15 is a take on Kentucky’s history, joining the US as the 15 th state in the Union.
They plan to open in late June.

Brick ordering still available.
Employee Spotlight

Melissa Hublar
Start Date: March 21,2019
Hometown: New Albany, IN
Family: My daughter Sydney, 23yrs, Fiancé Ben and two boys Sevian, 8yrs, and Whitton, 13yrs
Pets: Two cats: Mollie and Ollie

1. What inspires you and why?   Kindness inspires me. I think there is not enough kindness in the world and I believe it is contagious. So if I start it, then it will spread. My Grandmother was very kind-hearted, so I would have to say that she was my inspiration.
2. If you could only wear one color the rest of your life what would it be? Red.

3. What is one thing you cannot resist? Music-   I love music and love to dance!
4. What series are you currently watching ? None- I watch Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy.
5. Name three traits that define you. Talkative, Friendly and Loyal.

6. Do you prefer to cook or eat-out?  Cook.

7. What is something you believed as a child that you later found out was not true?  That Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are not real people.

8. Finish this sentence: I am happiest when... I am laughing with my family, and we are all together.

9. What is something you would like to learn to do? Sew or crochet.

10. What is the last photo you took on your phone ? A pic of myself and fiancé at a friend’s wedding May 10, 2019. I do not have a Facebook. I do not take selfies.

11. Most irrational fear ? Fear of heights.

12. You can choose one super power, what is it and why? To Command the forces of Nature.
Important Reminders


Be on the lookout for upcoming information about a Summer Company outing.

All Properties and Corporate office will be closed on the following days:

Monday May 27 for Memorial Day
Thursday July 4 for the Fourth of July

All property emergency maintenance staff will remain on-call
through all holidays.  

In our continued efforts to preserve Louisville history we encourage you to stay up to date on the endangered historic sites around the city.

Cheers from Thurby!
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