Russell Innovation Hub

The Russell Station Innovation Hub will anchor the western side of the Coalition’s proposed Innovation Corridor, which will run from Russell/Portland in the west to NuLu in the east, with a transit loop down Main and Market Streets. Russell Station will stimulate innovation in the digital health and AI sector by hosting a coordinated stack of workforce and business development programs to merge learning, creativity and entrepreneurship and to stimulate a more robust and equitable healthcare cluster. The project is led by a Coalition comprised of eight public and non-profit members located in the Louisville, KY region: The Louisville Healthcare CEO Council; Louisville Metro Government, the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA); the Louisville Urban League; Metro United Way; AMPED; Greater Louisville Inc., and the University of Louisville. The Coalition is using its collective human, financial, and material resources to establish the Louisville region as a nationally competitive hub for Digital Health and AI through six Component Projects, including the Russell Station Tech Innovation Center.

Scope: $7,400,000
Size: 18,200 s.f.
Status: Schematic Design

Project Team:
Architect: VBNA, Inc.

MEP Engineers: CMTA, Inc.

Site/Civil: Carman

Structural: Structural Services Inc.