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WhatWasThere | Explore Photos-1956 Phoenix Hotel, Main Street, Lexington, KY

WhatWasThere | Explore Photos-1956 Phoenix Hotel, Main Street, Lexington, KY

100 block of East Main Street in donwtown Lexington at the intersection of South Linestone, May 1945. The site is now Phoenix Park. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

100 block of East Main Street in donwtown Lexington at the intersection of South Linestone, May 1945. The site is now Phoenix Park. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

Lest We Forget - a boy went to war and never returned. His parents left his bike pinned to a tree to remember him.

Lest We Forget - a boy went to war and never returned. His parents left his bike pinned to a tree to remember him.

Hughes & Company Ice Cream - Lexington, Ky.  www.501high.com

Hughes & Company Ice Cream - Lexington, Ky. www.501high.com

The 100 block of East Main Street in downtown Lexington at Limestone, March 8, 1950. That corner, once dominated by the Phoenix Hotel,  is now the site of Phoenix Park, the Central Library and Park Plaza apartments. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

The 100 block of East Main Street in downtown Lexington at Limestone, March 8, 1950. That corner, once dominated by the Phoenix Hotel, is now the site of Phoenix Park, the Central Library and Park Plaza apartments. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

Traffic on Main Street in downtown Lexington, June 11, 1976. The photo was taken from Cheapside street looking east. The Phoenix Hotel was demolished in 1981 and 1982 by Wallace Wilkinson, who had planned to build the World Coal Center skyscraper on the site. It was never built, and the site eventually became the Park Plaza Apartments and Phoenix Park.  Photo by Frank Anderson | staff

Traffic on Main Street in downtown Lexington, June 11, 1976. The photo was taken from Cheapside street looking east. The Phoenix Hotel was demolished in 1981 and 1982 by Wallace Wilkinson, who had planned to build the World Coal Center skyscraper on the site. It was never built, and the site eventually became the Park Plaza Apartments and Phoenix Park. Photo by Frank Anderson | staff

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