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Louisville Museum Plaza was a 62-story skyscraper that was planned for Louisville, Kentucky, United States. By August 1, 2011, despite the expenditure of public funds on its behalf, its developers had officially announced that they were abandoning plans to build it. The 703-foot (214 m) tall skyscraper was projected to cost $490 million and contain a 1-acre (0.40 ha) public plaza and park, condominiums, lofts, a hotel, retail shops and a museum. If built, it would have replaced the AEGON Center as the tallest building in Kentucky. The avant-garde design of the skyscraper was chosen by New York City REX architect Joshua Prince-Ramus. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on October 25, 2007, and construction at that time was expected to be complete by 2010. Delays disrupted the project. Prior to announcing that the project had been abandoned, Craig Greenberg, one of the projects four developers, had stated that he was "hopeful that construction will start this year " and that he also expected the project to be completed by late 2012.
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Very useful facility
I attended MATS the truck convention in March and the convention center is enormous. They had plenty of facility's and food options available. My only complaint is the layout is a bit confusing going from building to building and not well marked to navigate without the assistance of a map.
LCVB is a wonderful organization! They actively drive business to Louisville and facilitate conferences and other events to take place in our city. If you cater to the tourism industry I would highly suggest joining the LCVB.
Under renovation construction. Looking forward to seeing the improvements.
Great resource for info and local products