As Life Science and health technology parks pop up all over the US, it is rare to see them filled with minorities. However, when based in Miami, there is no choice. The city itself boasts several large hospital systems and universities, a growing startup scene, the most genetic diversity in the US, a booming urban […]
Seed Capital Kentucky now has renderings and a master plan to show to foundations and potential investors as they seek money for the West Louisville Food Port project.
Findlay Market took control of an Elm Street property two weeks ago, and construction is slated to begin on the market’s 8,000-square-foot incubator kitchen in May. The project will yield five industrial kitchens that will help launch and grow food-related businesses.
With four tenants secured for the site, including KHI Foods, Jefferson County Cooperative Extension, Star Distributed Energy, and the Weekly Juicery, the Louisville Food Hub is continuing to move forward. The master plan for the site was unveiled with a mix of food uses. For more information see WDRB’s coverage of the Lousiville Food Hub here.