This January 2016 photo shows new affordable housing in the former Davis Bottom neighborhood. The Lexington Community Land Trust is holding an orientation session Thursday to provide information to people interested in buying new homes to be built in the area. In 2006, 29 homes in Davis Bottom were torn down to make way for the Newtown Pike Extension.
This January 2016 photo shows new affordable housing in the former Davis Bottom neighborhood. The Lexington Community Land Trust is holding an orientation session Thursday to provide information to people interested in buying new homes to be built in the area. In 2006, 29 homes in Davis Bottom were torn down to make way for the Newtown Pike Extension. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader File
This January 2016 photo shows new affordable housing in the former Davis Bottom neighborhood. The Lexington Community Land Trust is holding an orientation session Thursday to provide information to people interested in buying new homes to be built in the area. In 2006, 29 homes in Davis Bottom were torn down to make way for the Newtown Pike Extension. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader File

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