Once one of Louisville's centers of industry, the 1,400-acre Park Hill Industrial Corridor has followed the trends of post-industrial cities throughout the U.S. over the last 30 years. The area includes several former manufacturing plants and closed industrial facilities, including the former American Standard, Philip Morris, Reynolds Metals and Rhodia SA properties.
Some legacy industry remains, including Brown-Forman, Heaven Hill Distilleries, and Sud-Chemie, and recent business-attraction efforts have brought investment from companies such as ProLiquitech, Great Northern Manufacturing and Consumer's Choice Coffee.
The Park Hill Industrial Corridor is roughly bounded by Broadway to the north, California neighborhood to the west, Algonquin Parkway to the south, and portions of Old Louisville and the University of Louisville campus to the east.
- Only large "infill" industrial development available in Louisville
- Nearby workforce available
- Access to major air, rail, highway transportation
- "Catalyst" sites
- Potential to support 550,000-850,000 square feet new office and industrial space
- Potential to support 52,000-78,000 square feet of new retail space
- Potential to generate 1,700 to 2,700 new jobs for the community
- Potential to generate $336 million annual economic impact