CDI, which includes the offices of corporate communications, finance, human resources, information technology, investor relations, legal services and purchasing, has outgrown its space at Churchill Downs and some employees have had to work in other locations.

The move to ShelbyHurst will bring everyone into one space, according to Churchill Downs executives. CDI will lease the entire fourth floor of the first office building being constructed as part of the UofL Foundation/NTS  development.

UofL and Churchill Downs have been great neighbors, said UofL President James Ramsey.

“Now, the two of us are developing a new neighborhood on our ShelbyHurst campus,” he continued. “CDI’s move will provide the added space they need for growth and helps achieve the UofL Foundation’s goal of producing new sources of revenue to help fund the academic and research mission of the University of Louisville.”

The move is planned for March 2012.