From Louisville Business First Dec 17, 2018
A Louisville businessman has purchased a downtown office building that he hopes to use for his own companies. But a spate of recent tenant demand there may change those plans.Tim Mulloy has acquired the roughly 30,000-square-foot building at 111 W. Washington St. for almost $3.9 million, according to Jefferson County property records. The seller was longtime owner Main Street Realty Inc. of Louisville. The building is located on the corner of First and West Washington Streets near Whiskey Row and sits next to the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. headquarters. It is home to fast-growing internet protocol targeting and technology firm El Toro LLC, which will remain a tenant inside the complex, Mulloy told me.Mulloy had planned to take as much as 5,000 to 6,000 square feet of the remaining space to house his own series of companies, which includes MulloyBorland, a public affairs, public relations and strategic communications firm, and Mulloy Commercial Real Estate. Trending Banking & Financial Services One of Louisville’s largest accounting firms merging with N.C. company Dean Dorton President and CEO David Bundy said the firm will continue to pursue mergers “if the fit is right for our team members, our clients and the timing makes sense for the firm.” Click here to read more from Business First.