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When Facebook turned down New Albany the first time for an investment, Jennifer Chrysler took it like a breakup. “I ate more ice cream that weekend than I have ever eaten in my life,” the city’s director of community development said. “I…Continue Reading.


A real-estate company is planning to build a 300,000-square-foot facility in the New Albany International Business Park to attract companies in the manufacturing, production and logistics industries, according to a Feb. 19 New Albany City Council legislative report. The building…Continue Reading.


NEW ALBANY, Ohio (AP) — Google says it plans to build a $600 million data center in an Ohio city, part of $13 billion in planned investments this year. Last December, Google affiliate Montauk Innovations said it was considering New…Continue Reading.


NEW ALBANY, OHIO – New Albany, Ohio is honored to be recognized as one of the best cities to live by USA TODAY’s 2019 Best Cities to Live List. There are nearly 20,000 villages, towns and cities across the 50 states, and not all of them are…Continue Reading.


 PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING HISTORIANS JOSEPH ELLIS, JON MEACHAM AND DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN VISIT NEW ALBANY FOR REMARKABLE EVENING  Highlights: Leslie H. Wexner honored with McCoy Community Service Award Bob Schottenstein & Jeri Block with M/I Homes Foundation gift $500,000 to the Leslie H….Continue Reading.


Posted on Dec 18, 2018

Dear Friends and Neighbors:As 2018 comes to a close there’s certainly a lot to celebrate. This year brought several new accolades for New Albany, including being named a Best Hometown by Ohio Magazine and landing at #8 on USA Today’s…Continue Reading.


New Albany, OH selected as one of Ohio’s Best Hometowns NEW ALBANY, OHIO – New Albany, Ohio is honored to be recognized as one of Ohio’s best hometowns by Ohio Magazine. Ohio Magazine annually recognizes hometowns for this award based…Continue Reading.


Posted on Jul 25, 2018

Posted on Jun 25, 2018

Dear Friends and Neighbors: While spring may have taken its time arriving this year, nothing has slowed New Albany’s momentum in 2018. From the business park to the town center, and from our neighborhoods to our parks, New Albany continues…Continue Reading.


The Red Roof Inn chain considered moving out of state, but decided instead to relocate its headquarters to New Albany. The hotel chain announced Wednesday it is moving its corporate office and 150 employees to the Water’s Edge III building….Continue Reading.


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