- Springhurst, Louisville
Springhurst is a large, unincorporated area in Northeast
Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Developed heavily in the 1990s, it is now considered an Edge cityof Louisville, and is home to one of the largest shopping areas in the city, with the largest concentration of shops along the Gene Snyder Freewayfrom Westport Road to Ballardsville Road. Large residential areas also exist on either side of the shopping areas.
Its approximate boundaries are Ballardsville Road to the North, Hurstbourne Parkway to the West, Westport Road to the South, and the incorporated city of Fincastle to the East. Around 15,000 people live in the Springhurst area.
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