Louisville, KY (2013)
The University of Louisville Foundation constructed an eight-story, 202,510 gross sq. ft. commercial office, information technology and laboratory building known as the Nucleus Innovation Center Building #1, the first of four buildings that comprise the Nucleus Innovation Park Downtown in Louisville, KY. The building is leased to innovative companies, both revenue generating and start-up, in the technology and healthcare industries. Louisville already has the world’s largest cluster of long-term care companies, and Nucleus further enhances the city’s status as a national and international hub for the wellness and aging care industry.
College or Vocational Training