Venues

  • Mercado District | Tucson, Arizona
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  • A unique building becomes a hub for historic neighborhoods
    <strong>Ponce City Market</strong> <em>Atlanta, GA</em>

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  • Historic arcade houses young professionals
    <strong>Microlofts at The Arcade Providence</strong>&nbsp;<em>Providence, Rhode Island</em>

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  • Expanding options for a car-oriented suburban area
    <strong>Village of Providence</strong> <em>Huntsville, AL</em>

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  • Southside
    Ten acres that transformed a city #thisiscnu

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  • Jazz Market New Orleans Audience Seating
    Jazz Market New Orleans Audience Seating
    Trumpeting a cultural revival
    <strong>Peoples Health New Orleans Jazz Market</strong>&nbsp; <em>New Orleans, Louisiana</em>

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  • From parking lot to urban tour-de-force
    <strong>UCLA Weyburn</strong>&nbsp;<em>Los Angeles, California</em>

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  • A mixed-use center for town and gown
    <strong>Storrs Center</strong> <em>Mansfield, CT</em>

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CNU 27.Louisville will take place in multiple venues across downtown Louisville, allowing attendees to explore all that the city has to offer. Learn about the venues below.

The Seelbach Hotel

Equal parts historical landmark and architectural masterpiece, The Seelbach Hotel will serve as the epicenter for CNU 27.Louisville.

The Henry Clay

The Henry Clay has a long-standing reputation as an elite venue of pure elegance and indulgence. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Henry Clay was originally developed as an Elks Lodge in 1924 and served as a premier hotel in the center of downtown through the 1950s. After housing the YWCA, the building sat vacant for many years – later to be brought back to its previous grandeur with renovations by Weyland Ventures Group in 2005.

The Louisville Palace

Since it's opening in 1928, millions of patrons have come to The Louisville Palace for the finest movies and best in live entertainment. Designed by the noted architect, John Eberson, the theatre prospered through the early 70's as a first run movie palace. After decades of operating as a Cinema house, a bright new future began for The Louisville Palace in the early 90's when investors undertook a multi - million dollar restoration to recreate the opulence which had been the hallmark of this architectural treasure.

The Muhammad Ali Center

Guided by Muhammad Ali's six core principles, the Muhammad Ali Center features an interactive museum, educational programming, and special events to inspire young adults and adults to pursue greatness in their own lives, communities and countries.