This Just Happened, a weekly roundup

The last farm on Lexington's Nicholasville Road is on its way out. Owned by the same family since the Revolutionary War, the Fritz Farm is being turned into a shopping center. A barn on the site dates to 1892. [WKYT]
Proposal for Town Branch Creek (courtesy: Herald-Leader)

SCAPE/Landscape Architecture was selected from finalists to transform downtown Lexington's Town Branch Creek which flows underneath the busy streets. The Town Branch is Lexington's historic core, the city having been designed around its banks. The proposal "envisions a linear collection of pocket parks, rain gardens, pools and fountains." [BizLex]

Disco Kroger is going to be demolished. And replaced with a new, bigger, better Kroger. With parking on the roof. Oh my! [WKYT]

The state legislature is fast-tracking a bill to allow universities to issue bonds for capital improvement projects, including significant enhancements to UK's Gatton College of Business and Commonwealth Stadium. [cn|2]