The Louisville community offers a dynamic variety of spaces ranging from incubators to maker spaces. As you explore options, we’ve provided a few links below to spark your search:
1804 is Kentuckiana's entrepreneurship center. While it's also a physical location, it's foremost a membership organization for those whose immagination and commitment power a resolve to build something out of nothing. Located in the NuLu neighborhood.
31e co-working space is located on Bardstown Road in the heart of the Highlands.
(c)space gives members the opportunity to interact and collaborate with other nonprofit organizations and community-minded businesses and professionals. This affordable, well-appointed and flexible, turn-key office solution is located in the Lyndon area of Eastern Jefferson County (just down the road from the UPS Air Group building).
FirstBuild is a co-creation community that is changing the way products come to market. By letting a community influence the product from the very beginning, FirstBuild can quickly deliver better products that improve the lives of consumers. Backed by GE Appliances, FirstBuild has access to world-class engineering and design talent. Located on the University of Louisville campus.
iHub offers low monthly lease rates, free wi-fi, free parking, free coffee, print-copy-scan-fax services, private meeting rooms, audiovisual equipment with large projector screen for presentations and educational events and mail services. Located on S. Floyd Street in downtown.
Louisville Bespoke was created to support the development of fashion designers and entrepreneurs in Louisville. Their mission is to provide support needed to be successful in design by sharing resources and ideas. Located in the Smoketown neighborhood.
LVL1 Hackerspace is an open community lab and workshop democratically operated by its membership. Located on E. Washington Street in the Butchertown neighborhood.
The Park, located in Shelby Park, is a members-only shared workspace and co-working community.
Story Louisville offers a membership-based, inpsiring co-working space for creatives, artists and entrepreneurs to foster innovation, meaningful relationships and cultivate community and creativity. Located in the historic Butchertown neighborhood.
Warp Zone Louisville is Louisville's first and only game developer co-working space. Monthly-paying members have full 24-hour addess to collaborative workspace and the ability to host their own events such as meetups, game launches and more. Located in the Whitestone building in historic Museum Row on Main Street.