Our Facilities

What We Do

Wealth Building for Entrepreneurs

Wealth building is the process of generating long-term income through multiple sources. This refers to more than job-based income and instead includes savings, investments, and any income-generating assets. The wealth building definition relies on proper financial planning and insight into one’s future financial goals. Many individuals will turn to wealth building as a way to secure a strong financial future.

A business has more than one way of building wealth. One way is income. If your business is a side hustle, it can be a great supplement to your primary income.
In addition to becoming a stream of income, a business can also have inherent worth. If your business is built to have value, it can be eventually sold as an asset, much like your house or other tangible assets. Perhaps more importantly, entrepreneurship is one of the best ways to increase your income and in many cases, remove the income ceiling from your life.

Our Facilities

Colorful, Attractive & Eye Catching

Portland Public Market

Market Pavilion

The Market Pavilion: featuring vendors selling vegetables, fruits, herbs, cut flowers, spices, grains, nuts, plants, meats, eggs, baked good, honey, preserves – virtually everything that one wants to purchase from a market can be found under its roof.

Demo Kitchen

Demonstration Kitchen

The Demonstration Kitchen strives to make cooking accessible to everyone, by demonstrating delicious recipes and menus that are quick, easy and affordable.

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Artisan Food Kitchens

The Artisan Food Center is a 6,912 square foot building that houses 5 commercial kitchens (mini dairy, sausage kitchen, cannery, bakery and modern cooling and freezing areas), a small retail area, and a public restroom under one roof.


African Huts

The African Huts are 250 sq. ft. of space – designed for small retail operators selling handcrafted jewelry, art, clothing, Kente cloth and toiletries.


Pop-Up Market

Want to try-out a new idea or food product – then the Broadway Pop-Up Market is ideal for YOU (No Cost). It is open every Saturday April to September 12 noon till 6:00 p.m.


Bourbon Welcoming Centers

Extending the Kentucky Bourbon Trail in West Louisville, gives visitors an western starting point from which to gather information and advice from bourbon corporate offices that are in close proximity to The African Village Cultural District.


Restaurants / Cafes

Featuring traditional American food staples. That includes classic American comfort foods like steak, burgers, fries, and more..


Outdoor Stage / Cinema

Fantastic, family-friendly events!


Activist Stroll

Where the “Ashanti Disc” symbol will be used to honor and immortalize community activist – a tribute to those persons who worked so hard helping Louisville residents experiencing any form of oppression, and who rejected any discriminatory behavior.