Find a new you in Lou.

Ranked by Trulia.com as the 3rd Most Affordable Place to Live in the US – Louisville is truly a city for all. Beyond iconic brands like KFC, Maker’s Mark and Louisville Slugger, we’re also a Top 10 Food City. We’re passionately independent, progressively friendly, and an always welcoming city.

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Why should you live in Louisville?

We’re home to the Kentucky Derby, iconic brands like KFC, Maker’s Mark and Louisville Slugger, world-class companies like UPS, GE and Humana and more! We’re a Top 10 Food City, a city of 21st Century Parks, and home to one of the Best Food Neighborhoods In America and the largest Disco Ball manufacturer in the World, and we’re just getting started…

People are friendly and compassionate, commutes are short, leadership is accessible, and our quality of life is second to none. Louisville, once a hidden secret, is now known as one of the top emerging markets. The word is out and people and businesses are taking notice and making the move to Lou.

Not only are we progressive, we’re affordable. Trulia.com ranked Louisville as the 3rd Most Affordable Place to Live in the US and Smart Asset ranked Louisville 8th in their Top 10 Cities for First-Time Homebuyers lists.

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Location, Location, Location

As they say in real estate, location is everything and we have the best seat in the house. Greater Louisville’s geographic location provides access to two-thirds of the U.S. population within one day’s drive. The region is served by three major interstate highways and international airport located just five miles from downtown Louisville. Our region is home to UPS and a fast growing Logistics & ECommerce ecosystem. Grab your seat and buckle up for the ride.

At Home in the Greater Louisville Region

Greater Louisville is not only progressive, it’s affordable. Trulia.com ranked Louisville as the 3rd Most Affordable Place to Live in the U.S. and Smart Asset ranked Louisville 8th in their Top 10 Cities for First-Time Homebuyers list.

Not only are the homes affordable, but our region is home to some of the most diverse housing in the nation. Old Louisville is the third largest district in the United States, and the largest preservation district featuring almost entirely Victorian architecture. Speaking of architecture, West Main Street Historic District in Downtown Louisville is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and contains the largest collection of cast iron façades of anywhere outside of New York’s SoHo district.

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. Louisville perfectly balances the big-city feel without losing its small-town charm.

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Life is good in the Louisville region

Greater Louisville is known for its rich diversity of traditional and not-so-traditional cultural activities. In fact, Louisville is one of only nine U.S. cities with all the five major arts and offers a wide variety of festivals involving music, art, and cultural activities throughout the region. Along with arts and culture, Greater Louisville maintains thousands of acres of park land, including a large Waterfront Park and Walking Bridge that connects Downtown Louisville with Southern Indiana, scores of golf courses, unique music venues, as well as a world-class food & beverage scene.

People are friendly and compassionate, commutes are short, leadership is accessible, and our quality of life is second to none. Louisville, once a hidden secret, is now known as one of the top emerging markets. The word is out and people and businesses are taking notice and making the move to Lou. Join us!

AN INTERNATIONALLY INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC HOT SPOT

Labor trends indicate that Louisville’s future workforce will reflect tremendous diversity and be comprised of a high percentage of international professionals. With a global economy which will only continue to become more culturally diverse and complex in the coming years, Greater Louisville is wise to embrace these valuable members of our future workforce NOW through various initiatives.