Monthly Archives: February 2015

OMA Designs Food Port for West Louisville

OMA has unveiled plans for a mixed-use project that will consolidate facilities for the growing, selling and distribution of food for local farmers in Louisville. A collaboration with the non-profit Seed Capital Kentucky, the 24-acre “Food Port” will transform a former tobacco plant into an “active economic and community hub” that shapes a “new model […]

February 26th, 2015|News, Uncategorized|

How Kentucky farms compare with those nationally and other fun facts

That is, in comparison to the national average. Nationally, the average farm is 434 acres, compared with only 163 acres in Kentucky.

Because the state’s agriculture economy is mostly composed of small-time farms, it a good candidate for a food port, said Stephen Reily, founder of Seed Capital Kentucky, a nonprofit organization started in 2011 to […]

February 2nd, 2015|News|

Model Group expanding redevelopment project near Findlay Market

The Model Group is expanding the size of its redevelopment project next to Findlay Market with an additional $5 million in investment.

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February 2nd, 2015|News|