Two retail delivery services, GoPuff and, enter Louisville market Thursday, Aug 1 2019 

GoPuff delivery

A pair of delivery services, GoPuff and, hope to make shopping for a variety of goods a lot easier. Philadelphia-headquartered GoPuff is something of a one-stop-shop concept, with more than 2,500 products across eight categories stored in a centrally located warehouse. It operates in 90 markets across the U.S. is now serving several ZIP […]

Louisville named one of five U.S. ‘boomtowns’ in Yelp report Thursday, Aug 1 2019 

Louisville is one of five U.S. cities to be named a “boomtown” according to the Yelp Economic Average, which tracks U.S. economies in top metro areas. The other four cities were Milwaukee, Honolulu, Portland, Maine, and Memphis, which, along with Louisville, exhibited the country’s strongest combination of business growth and consumer demand, according to the […]

‘Explosive growth’ prompted El Toro to expand its vision to NuLu development Monday, Jul 29 2019 

Gateway to Nulu Rendering 1

Why is El Toro Internet Marketing relocating to NuLu? “Explosive growth,” according to an announcement from Mayor Greg Fischer’s office. The targeting technology company, which launched in early 2013, was confirmed last month as a primary tenant in the forthcoming Gateway to Nulu project. The rising company is projected to add 400 jobs along with […]

Opponents of Topgolf development will appeal following judge’s decision Monday, Jul 22 2019 

Topgolf rendering

Keep your golf clubs in the trunk for now; the opponents of the Topgolf development at Oxmoor Center Mall have decided to appeal a Jefferson Circuit Court judge’s ruling that the project could go forward. Steve Porter, the attorney for the plaintiffs who seek to block the entertainment complex, said Monday that the appeal is […]

Colonial Gardens developer on track to bring five new South End restaurants by end of summer Tuesday, Jul 16 2019 

El Taco Luchador at Colonial Gardens

The first restaurants are set to open at Colonial Gardens by the end of summer after six years, more than $6 million and numerous delays.