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companies ﬁ nd new home
at Nucleus Research Park
The transformation of the old Haymarket block
to a downtown research and innovation park has
begun with the opening of The Nucleus Building.
The Nucleus is an eight-story, 200,000-square-foot
building with a green roof and open spaces owned by
Nucleus, a University of Louisville Foundation initia-
tive. The building off cially opened October 23 with
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, Louisville Mayor
Greg Fischer and President Ramsey joining others at
the ribbon cutting. "Nucleus is a key component in
Kentucky's plan to attract innovative, research-driven
companies to Louisville," said Governor Beshear.
The Nucleus is 88% leased, with Atria Senior
Living planning to occupy more than half the build-
ing. Other initial tenants include Advanced Cancer
Therapeutics, XLerateHealth, University of Louisville
Physicians and UofL's Off ce of the Vice President for
Research and Innovation.
"The Nucleus will be a place for great synergy be-
tween UofL researchers, entrepreneurs and innova-
tive companies," said Ramsey.
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