Thanks, in part, to bourbon and the Derby, Louisville ranks No. 2 for metro areas with the largest share of profitable businesses nationwide.
Growth in the Kentucky/Indiana and Kentucky/Cincinnati regions has been increasingly apparent over the last few years. CompMed announced an expansion in Newport, near Cincinnati and a Louisville-based healthcare company recently expanded operations to Jeffersonville.
CompMed’s investment will include new space to accommodate additional staff — this expansion comes in response to demand from new and existing customers.
This August, barn doors will open to reveal a farmer’s plaza, four restaurants and what founders hope will be a new cultural hub for Louisville.
Officials in Graves County outlined several economic development projects in the works. These projects include new manufacturing space, road updates and more.
Calling all Parrotheads! A new place for a tropical staycation is coming to Louisville.Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville is headed downtown.
Example: A recent ramp project in Shively resulted in 72 percent fewer accidents, according to crash reports analyzed by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The accidents were also less severe and were less likely to cause injury.
Luckett & Farley is expanding its work in new directions with “design activism” – a commitment to making Kentucky an even better place to live.
The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released KY’s Infrastructure Report Card, highlighting the need for improvements to roads, bridges & more.
The introduction of Opportunity Zones has created a catalyst for additional public-private partnerships to generate new businesses and jobs.