A new gateway welcoming students and visitors to the University of Louisville has been completed just in time for the 2015-16 academic year. Located on the west side of Floyd Street at Warnock Street, the entrance features the Cardinal logo in a bricked area in front. Columns with the Cardinal logo are also prominent, adding an uplifting new look to the street. The entry provides greatly enhanced access to the east side of the campus, including the new flyover ramps to the future Belknap Engineering & Applied Sciences Research Park, easier access to Speed School and a brand new view of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. (Click on photos for larger view.)


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By Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.

2 thoughts on “New Warnock entrance welcomes UofL students”
  1. Thanks, Charlie. Looks nice. Many power lines were buried too, which is great. And more nice stuff to come down the street when they build the roundabout circle at the intersection near the SAC. Maybe they’ll build similar wall structures down by PJCS in the future to enhance that area and provide more pedestrian safety.

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