Old building transformed into center for entrepreneurs and startups
University of Louisville President James Ramsey, Gov. Steve Beshear, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Congressman John Yarmuth will officially open Nucleus’ life science entrepreneur support space iHub at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 9 immediately following a Nucleus Advisory Board meeting.
iHub is a 2,200 s.f. space at 204 S. Floyd St. designed for entrepreneurs and startup company owners and researchers who can’t afford or don’t need a costly place to work. iHub office units are $80 per month.
The Nucleus Advisory Board meeting begins at 2 p.m. at iHub. Agenda items include updates on UofL’s three tax increment financing districts, research and innovation activities and the city’s Wellness and Aging Care Initiative.
Nucleus is Kentucky’s innovation center and an economic development arm of the UofL Foundation.