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Kentucky Seeks P3 Adviser

The partners in Louisville City FC will move forward this year with a $65 million soccer stadium project, following the May 31 approval of $21.7 million tax-increment financing plan that will allow them to recapture a portion of their investment from taxes generated around the project site.

Louisville Soccer Stadium P3 Approved for $21.7M TIF

The partners in Louisville City FC will move forward this year with a $65 million soccer stadium project, following the May 31 approval of $21.7 million tax-increment financing plan that will allow them to recapture a portion of their investment from taxes generated around the project site.

Commonwealth Infrastructure Fund Names Managing Director Jacob Schirmer

A major development with multiple hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues and retail outlets could be coming to 133 acres of land adjacent to Freedom Hall and the Kentucky Exposition Center, if the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Council finds the partners and plans it’s seeking to guide the effort.

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Is the Largest West Coast Development a P3?

A hotel and convention center is being born in San Diego thanks to a public-private partnership that will potentially becoming the largest waterfront development on the west coast.

Illinois P3 A “Prime Example”

One of the most complicated segments of railroad in the nation is about to get a facelift as a result of public and private sectors coming together to form a new partnership.

INFRA Grant Awarded to Northern KY Infrastructure Project

A $67.5 million grant will improve both Kentucky’s aging infrastructure and the lives of freight commuters in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. An INFRA grant was recently awarded to Kentucky to fund the I-71/I-75 interchange in Boone County.

KY Transportation Sec: We Need More Funding

When it comes to infrastructure projects, communities across the country share one common need: funding. The Bluegrass State is no exception.

Public-private partnerships have been offered as an alternative to bring private capital and fresh ideas to develop public infrastructure.

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