GREEN MOUSE SAYS: Vacant Centenary United Methodist buildings to renovated into market rate apartments by a Gahan campaign donor.


The Green Mouse reports that the vacated Centenary United Methodist Church property at 309 E. Spring Street is slated for reuse as multi-family residential (specifically, market rate apartments).

The mouse was told the permitting process is underway but not yet completed.

Among the improvements slated for completion by the contractor, Form G Companies LLC (Jeffersonville):

  • Interior renovations to convert vacant space into apartments
  • Window replacement
  • Painting of exterior brick
  • Adding architectural details
  • Ingress/egress “improvements” 
  • Parking lot repair (recoating, restriping)

Interestingly available real estate records show no change in ownership of the property.

And now for the Jeopardy! answer in the popular category Pay to Play:

“Form G Companies became one in 2019.”

Alex, what is a first-time Gahan campaign finance donor?

Does anyone know whether Form G still intends to purchase the property? And why hasn’t the word “luxury” been attached to the project? It’s Big Daddy G’s favorite concept, after all.