The City of Jeffersonville has built its Arts & Cultural District from scratch – little by little over the last six years – through public art projects, community engagement, cultural programming and collaborative efforts among a myriad of civic groups, city department and community volunteers. While great strides have been made and a unique, enriching experience has already taken shape, there’s more to come.
NoCo is still developing and will continue to evolve and change every year. The next phase is a particularly exciting one. The Depot Entertainment Space (located near the Arts Center) is currently in early development stages. While a contract for construction and operation of The Depot hasn’t been awarded yet, a concept for the space has been clearly established.
When complete, The Depot will use modified shipping containers to provide the community and visitors with artisan retail space, a permanent stage structure to accommodate various performances, outdoor lower and upper level seating to view the stage and a peppering of food venues.
For a glimpse at the proposed plans for The Depot, see below.