Three Million square feet is twice the size of the old StorageTek campus.
23 former Sam’s Clubs or 30 Louisville Recreation Centers (including parking lots.)
Five-story buildings Higher than any other Louisville building.
20,000+ Additional Car Trips will increase traffic congestion diminishing air quality across our community - 96th street will see an 55-77% increase in traffic.
Develops Acres of previously untouched, Pristine Sensitive Wildlife Habitats north of Disk Drive.
This Car-Dependent Development means MORE Air Pollution and an INCREASED Carbon Footprint contributing to Climate Change
A Denver-based investment firm wants to divert critical resources away from Louisville families rebuilding their damaged and destroyed homes.
City resources are needed to rebuild critical infrastructure, and expedite planning, permitting, and inspection services for homeowners who are rebuilding. Not serving the needs of a developer building a sprawling office park that threatens our small town character and clogs up our roads with traffic.
Managing the logistics of rebuilding hundreds of homes simultaneously, while initiating a commercial development that represents 8% of Louisville's land, will strain City Staff and could create significant delays for homeowners.