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U of L Today, Nucleus converts former bar into coding destination

By John R. Karman III

Date Published: 7/8/2015

The University of Louisville Foundation, which oversees Nucleus, purchased the rundown property at 252 E. Market St., last year. It had formerly housed several bars and restaurants.

Nucleus has converted a portion of the building into classrooms, where KentuckianaWorks has leased space to operate Code Louisville, the city’s free 12-week coding-training program. Classes already have started.

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