Head east down Shelbyville Road, and you’ll find the middle-class and upper-middle class suburbs of Middletown, Lyndon and Jeffersontown. Middletown’s quaint downtown offers an adorable shopping and restaurant district. “J-town” (as locals call it) is the metro’s third largest municipality outside of Louisville. The Bluegrass Industrial Park attracts approximately 850 businesses and 38,000 employees.
Anchorage is one of the more desirable neighborhoods in Louisville. Home to some of the area’s wealthiest citizens, with it’s spacious homes and 100-year-old trees, Anchorage displays a rural, Southern charm. Much of the city is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s beautiful town square feels more down-home than downtown. Anchorage also has its own public elementary and middle school for residents.