University of Louisville pursuing on-campus Marriott lodge and Goal

A Focus on retail retail store, restaurant and sizable Marriott resort could be coming to a occupied corner on College of Louisville’s campus.

The venture, discussed Thursday afternoon at a college board of trustees conference, would stand concerning S. 3rd Street and Fourth Avenue together Cardinal Boulevard, up coming to the Cardinal Towne student housing and dining intricate right after currently being constructed by Provident Methods Team Inc., a southeastern nonprofit that has crafted equivalent developments on far more than a dozen other campuses all over the region.

The 6-story venture would reshape a important corner of the university’s campus, with 175 to 200 three-star lodge rooms alongside with a parking garage and a Goal on its 1st ground, according to a rendering employed by the university’s board. It would be built where a just one-story retail centre that includes a food mart and a several other companies presently stands.

A rendering of a proposed six-story Marriott hotel and Target retail center that would stand on University of Louisville's campus.

The College of Louisville owns one parcel of land that would be concerned in the project, whilst yet another parcel of land currently owned by Cardinal Middle LLC would be purchased to entire the progress. Those driving the task claimed in the board proposal that it would boost recruitment and supply lodge operations packages for learners though filling a want for an on-campus resort.

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