About Weissinger-Gaulbert Building Apartments

 History of the Weissinger-Gaulbert Building

The Weissinger-Gaulbert Building was built in 1912 and is located in the heart of downtown Louisville. This historic structure was designed by the Louisville based architectural firm of McDonald and Dodd. The building namesakes were Harry Weissinger and George Gaulbert. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.  

About the Weissinger-Gaulbert Building

The building consists of 9 Stories and 96 apartments and is a 130,000-square-foot complex.

About Our Neighborhood

The Weissinger-Gaulbert Building is located in the "Old Louisville" historic district. The Old Louisville neighborhood is one of the largest historic districts in the country. This neighborhood offers a diverse community and a central location that’s ideal for families, professionals, and students from the nearby University of Louisville. Downtown Louisville sits directly north, and Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Exposition Center are located nearby as well.

Contact Us

The Weissinger-Gaulbert Apartment Building continues to offer Louisvillians the finest in traditional quality apartment living.

Call us at 502-814-4004 for more information.