Greater Louisville is full of diverse neighborhoods and housing options. Greater Louisville offers pedestrian districts so well-served you don’t need to buy a car, rural areas so secluded you can’t even see your closest neighbor, and everything in between. Greater Louisville perfectly balances the big-city feel without losing its small-town charm. Sold yet?
Below is a short list of Greater Louisville neighborhoods (in no particular order) to get you started courtesy of New2Lou. Click on the images below to learn more about each neighborhood and find the best fit for you!
More than likely, you don’t arrive in Greater Louisville alone. There’s someone with you that you love and care for – a child, a parent, a pet.
Greater Louisville has the resources to make them as comfortable here as you are – Parenting Magazine has called us one of the Top 10 best cities to raise a family.
We may be a little biased, but our climate is just about perfect. We have four distinct and beautiful seasons. Our winters are cool and snowfall is light. Our summers are warm and humid. Our springs are in full bloom and our fall is full of colorful foliage. No matter which season is your favorite, you’ll find it here in Greater Louisville.
The Greater Louisville Region, made up of 5 counties in Indiana and 10 counties in Kentucky, is home to more than 1.4 million people with an estimated 584,045 households. The City of Louisville maintains its dominant share of the region’s population and is Kentucky’s largest city, ranking 28th in the nation.
Kentucky has recently enacted wide-spread reforms to tax code policy. Designed to stimulate investment and business growth across the state, the changes are rapidly making Kentucky more competitive. Reforms include the repeal of the corporate license tax and the intangible property tax, as well as a reduction in the corporate income tax rate from 8.25 percent to the current 6%. Personal income taxes have also been reduced to a range of 2-6%.
Indiana ranks 8th in Tax Foundation’s 2015 Business Tax Climate Index. The cost of doing business in Indiana is very favorable, due in part to having one of the best workers’ compensation rates and unemployment tax rates. Due to legislation passed this year, corporate tax for Indiana is set to drop from 7% to 4.9% by 2021.