An award winning architect, developer and real estate broker Bill has committed much of his career to revitalizing downtown Louisville. As Chief Strategy Officer of Weyland Ventures, Bill created the famous 10-story baseball bat and the Louisville Slugger Factory & Museum. Known for a variety of challenging historic renovations, Bill is highly regarded for his knowledge on redevelopment and historic tax credits. His portfolio touts numerous urban mixed use redevelopment projects such as the Henry Clay (Clay Commons District), Glassworks District, Whiskey Row and the Edison Center. New construction projects include ZirMed, The Quad, Hilton Garden Inn and 8UP, a rooftop restaurant recently recognized as one of the 100 Hottest Restaurants in America. Beyond Louisville, current expansion projects are underway near St. Paul, Minnesota and Dayton, Ohio.
A true “Go Irish!” Notre Dame fan, Bill and his wife Edith reside in Louisville and enjoy spending time with their 5 adult children and 6 grandchildren.