Gist’s Louisville Store Remains Open During Road Work

[Update – 1/30/17]  Road work appears to have moved away from our store.  All directions to our building are currently open – despite some signs that still say “ROAD CLOSED.”  All roads are currently open (though they are a bit more bumpy than usual).  Please drive cautiously as always, but you should have no problems getting in and out of our store now!

[Update – 1/9/17]  Road work continues as MSD moves up and down our road.  Access to Gist is difficult, but still possible.  As of the end of this day, you will want to take the Taylor Ave. exit (Taylor Ave to Jackson Ave to Lincoln Ave) from Poplar Level to get to us.  See the map to the right for more info.

If you’re planning a trip to Gist Piano Center Louisville in the next few days, have no fear – despite appearances, we are still open and on our regular business hours schedule.

For the past few days, Louisville’s Metropolitan Sewer Department (MSD) has been upgrading the sewer lines in our section of town and – as a result – have had to shut down sections of Lincoln Avenue.  Specifically, the path between our store and Wendys is currently closed.  The ONLY way to get in and out of our parking lot is to take the Frisch’s Big Boy exit from Poplar Level Road (between Frisch’s and Speedway) and drive to our store from there.

Just ignore the “Road Closed” signs.  They won’t block you from our driveway.

If you get stuck trying to find your way to us, just call us at 502-451-1831 (ext 200) and we’ll help you find our store.

MSD hopes to have the work completed in the next few days, but we thought you’d appreciate a little “heads up” ahead of time. 

We are still here and ready to serve you in 2017!  Happy New Year, Louisville!

PS – This is a tricky intersection – especially right now – so we made this map up for you to help clarify what we’re talking about.  Thank you – in advance – for your patience as the City does its work.

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About James Harding

From the farmlands of Iowa, James joined the Gist staff in May of 2009. James began studying classical, jazz and piano improv from 4yrs old until he graduated from Le’Ecole De La Musica at age 18. In college, he majored in voice and music ministry. Then, in 2001, James took a job managing Simon’s Music. When West Music purchased Simon’s in 2004, James became their Certified Steinway Piano Specialist. Today, in addition to his leadership responsibilities at Gist Piano Center, James travels across the United States giving seminars on music education and piano technology and he writes the monthly "Tech Beat" column for Music Inc. Magazine.

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