One of the fastest growing cities in the state of Kentucky, Bowling Green is seeing significant economic development, job opportunities, and national recognition.
City of Bowling Green in running for ‘Best City on The Rise’ from Southern Living Magazine.
Census data shows Bowling Green among Kentucky’s fastest growing cities. The state’s 3rd largest city grew by 2.4% to 74,926.
The Bowling Green board of commissioners accepted a $750,000 grant which will be used for 70 acres of parkland along the riverfront, transforming that into an “outdoor adventure park.”
AESC celebrated the completion of their state-of-the-art gigafactory in Bowling Green, Kentucky, which will create 2,000 new, skilled jobs for the region.
Ground was broken on a new Simpson County facility for Trader Joe’s, a leading retail grocer, which will create 876 full-time jobs, including 91 direct roles behind a more than $259 million investment.
Texas-based retail store, Buc-ee’s, breaks ground on new Smiths Grove location. It is planned to create nearly 200 jobs.
Aerospace Composites Solutions relocating to Butler County facility creating 72 full-time jobs.
California-based software company brings first regional headquarters to Bowling Green, expected to create 60 full-time jobs, including 25 by the end of the year.
Lunae to establish its corporate headquarters at the Western Kentucky University Innovation Campus, investing $266,000 and creating 33 Kentucky jobs.
Southern Coil Solutions plans Bowling Green, Kentucky, Warehouse-Logistics Complex. The $27 million project is expected to create 30 jobs in Warren County.
Hong Kong-Based BeingAI Corporation plans Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S. Headquarters. The $3 million investment is expected to create 28 jobs over the next three years.
New Warren Elementary School breaks ground. It will be located on Brookwood Drive and offer more space and new amenities to students.