Today, Miller Street features townhouses, commercial properties and vacant lots. Townhouses on the right were built recently. On the left are contemporary houses designed by Gallagher, whose family now lives there. "From Louisville to Savannah, you have these little alleys that are being developed," Gallagher said. "They're the coolest places."
Today, Miller Street features townhouses, commercial properties and vacant lots. Townhouses on the right were built recently. On the left are contemporary houses designed by Gallagher, whose family now lives there. "From Louisville to Savannah, you have these little alleys that are being developed," Gallagher said. "They're the coolest places." Herald-Leader
Today, Miller Street features townhouses, commercial properties and vacant lots. Townhouses on the right were built recently. On the left are contemporary houses designed by Gallagher, whose family now lives there. "From Louisville to Savannah, you have these little alleys that are being developed," Gallagher said. "They're the coolest places." Herald-Leader

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