LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Most office workers formerly based in downtown Louisville and elsewhere have been working from home for nearly a year.
When the pandemic subsides, there is no debate that some will not return to the office. The only question is, to what degree does the work-from-home stick?
What would that mean for downtown Louisville, where the office market was already stagnant pre-pandemic, despite a explosion of bourbon tourism?
My colleague Katrina Helmer and I explored these issues in a recent special assignment:
Now we've taken the conversation to Uncovered, our news podcast.
The show delves into some angles we did not discuss in our story, including how remote work could be an economic opportunity for midsize cities like Louisville.