Investment Highlights

Turnkey, New Construction Asset: Brookefield will offer an investor 91 turnkey units constructed in 2020 and 2021 with finishes including hardwood floors, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances.

State of the Art Amenities: The property will offer tenants a luxurious amenities package, including granite counters, custom cabinets, oversized closets, large kitchens, upstairs washer/dryer connections, fitness center, business center, walking paths, dog park with agility toys, and a pet wash station. 

Pristine Neighborhood Setting: Brookefield offers tenants a unique neighborhood setting with newly paved streets, sidewalks, lush landscaping, and a garage in 3-bed units.  

Highly-Rated School System: Residents of Brookefield are zoned for Central Hardin High School, which is rated 8 out of 10 for College Readiness according to and has earned a 2020 College Success Award based on its success in preparing students for college and ultimately career.

Diverse Demand Drivers Base: Elizabethtown is home to a diverse set of demand drivers including hospitals, retail centers, universities, and employment parks:

  • Baptist Health Hardin - 2,700 jobs / 300 beds. In the process of a $1.2 million renovation project
  • Towne Mall & Mall Park - Combine for over 550,000 SF of retail space. Anchor tenants include JCPenney, Belk, Bath & Body Works, TJ Maxx, Ross, Old Navy, Barnes & Noble, Michael’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Gap, and Shoe Carnival
  • Western Kentucky University regional campus - One of three regional campuses with a combined enrollment of over 20,000
  • TJ Patterson and Hughes Center of Commerce & Industry Industrial Parks - Roughly 7,000 jobs are located within these industrial parks

Elizabethtown’s Flourishing Manufacturing Sector: Elizabethtown contains roughly 80 manufacturing plants and facilities that employ over 9,200 workers. Top local employers in the industry include Metalsa Structural Products (1,900 jobs), Akebono Brake (1,600 jobs), AGC Automotive Americas (700 jobs), and Altec Industries (7000 jobs). Recent announcements include:

  • Soudal: $2.8 million investment; 11,000 SF expansion to house their North American corporate office
  • Kruger Packaging: $114.2 million investment; 400,000 SF facility; 150 jobs 
  • Metalsa: 300 new jobs

Louisville’s Manufacturing Expanding South: Louisville, Kentucky’s largest city, has been expanding its manufacturing south into Bullitt County, which borders Hardin County. Recent capital investments into Bullitt County include a Turning Point Brands distribution facility, Jim Beam expansion, Walmart distribution center, and multiple business parks such as Velocity 65 Trade Center and LogistiCenter at 480.

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