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Old 11-14-2023, 11:22 AM
Location: Louisville, Ky
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Louisville downtown derby game caniso “naked eye 3D video boards” open Dec 6
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Old 12-04-2023, 08:09 AM
Location: Louisville
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Update on the "One Park" project. Apparently iterations of this project have been in the works since 2016. I can't tell from the rendering where exactly they are placing it, but it look like the intersection at Lexington and Grindstead. $551 million price tag. Looks like they are seeking financing help from both the city and state.

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Old 12-08-2023, 11:18 PM
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There’s been a lot of push back from the residents in the area. They feel their tax dollars shouldn’t be used to help fund this project and now the developer is trying to not honor the 10% of the apartments made for affordable living. The developer wants to make as low as 7-5% of the units below market rate. If this project is to get built, its either going to have to downsize from the original renderings or the developer is going to have to guarantee to make at least 10% of the units below market rate. Louisville needs projects like this to compete with its peer cities like Indy and Cincinnati. Indys Eleven Park project to build a new soccer stadium, condos, office space, a music venue and retail as well as a hotel right downtown by the white river is a huge game changer for that city. Louisville city leaders and developers need to be on board with each other or projects like One Park won’t see the light of day.
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