What’s happening with Urban Government Center

So what’s going to happen to the Urban Government Center?

The future of the long-vacant 10-acre property in Paristown Pointe is a $14 million question, with the city and the developer chosen last November to lead the renovation project at odds over how the redevelopment will be funded.

There is no deadline between the city and Underhill Associates to reach a deal, Louisville Forward spokeswoman Caitlin Bowling said in an email, as discussions between the two sides continue.

“We are still having conversations with Underhill about the Urban Government Center project,” Bowling said Thursday. “There is no deadline for when a resolution will be reached at this time.”

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