Louisville Business First is accepting nominations for their annual Commercial Real Estate Awards through January 5. From their site: The Commercial Real Estate Awards program will recognize projects and real estate lease transactions that illustrate best practices in building and … Continue reading →
SMC Chairman Rodny Davidson has personally benefitted from Coach Micheal Burt. Watch the video to learn how you can as well.
Speaker Coach Micheal Burt is part coach, part entrepreneur, and all leader. Coach Burt has quickly become the go-to guy for entrepreneurs who want to become people of interest, salespeople who want to be legacy sellers, and managers who want … Continue reading →
Join us for one of four workshops to hear preliminary recommendations from Move Louisville, a transportation plan to create greater mobility between the places where people go in Louisville.
On Tuesday, September 9, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on H.R. 5078, the Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act. This legislation is a key priority of the NAHB federation. Please ask your representative to support … Continue reading →
Jeremy Schell, Chief Digital Officer of PriceWeber, gave a helpful seminar to the BIA Sales & Marketing Council this week, detailing how to best utilize social media for your business. Did you miss it? Not to worry: you can still … Continue reading →
Local real estate developer and BIA member RJ Thieneman has recently expanded their commercial portfolio through the acquisition of a new property as well as expansion of existing properties. The purchase of the Kroger Plaza in Winchester, KY was finalized … Continue reading →
Construction Field Day Louisville MSD invites you to attend its inaugural Construction Field Day, August 5th at Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118. There will be four tracts of speakers discussing Green Infrastructure, Floodplain/Stormwater, Erosion Prevention Sediment … Continue reading →
The New York Times produced an article this week highlighting the forthcoming hotel growth in Louisville, citing projects such as those by BIA Commercial Council Co-Chair Bill Weyland as the reason for the burgeoning tourism. Check out the full article … Continue reading →