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By this time next year, the first houses in New Albany’s Nottingham Trace development likely will be occupied. New Albany City Council on Nov. 28 gave the developer, Pulte Homes, approval to move forward with the first phase of the…Continue Reading.


Nearly a year after being split from its former UK parent, a supplier of fragrances for home care products such as air fresheners has been acquired by a Canadian consumer goods manufacturer. Aromair Fine Fragrance Company Inc. just expanded this…Continue Reading.


Amazon.com Inc. plans to add up to 12 more data centers to the three it started running a year ago in Central Ohio, adding jobs and investment – but it wants a discount on its electric bill first. The e-commerce…Continue Reading.


For Dr. Kevin Klingele, watching a Miracle League baseball game is an opportunity to see children in a setting that lets them escape for a little while from a normal routine of doctor visits and therapy. “You see the joy…Continue Reading.


Pizzuti Cos. has landed two tenants for a New Albany industrial development. The companies have signed leases for Pizzuti’s Multi-Tenant II building on New Albany’s Innovation Campus. The two will use 50 percent of the 264,000 square foot speculative building…Continue Reading.


Woodworking and wine, a few new dining choices and an office with 90 jobs are coming to New Albany. On Thursday, developers The New Albany Co. and Daimler announced eight tenants that will move into the 47,000-square-foot Market & Main…Continue Reading.


A former New Albany golf course has been rezoned to improve its marketability as part of the New Albany International Business Park. New Albany City Council in June approved the rezoning of 310 acres, 207 of which includes the former…Continue Reading.


Posted on Jul 25, 2017

Wallick Communities will bring 90 jobs to New Albany when it moves its headquarters to the city. The business will move into Market and Main II, a 48,000-square-foot office space being developed in a joint venture between Daimler Group and…Continue Reading.


Posted on Jul 03, 2017

A business with North American headquarters in New Albany is planning a fourth expansion that will create 30 jobs. Axium Plastics, 9005 Smith’s Mill Road, will build a $5.1 million building on Innovation Campus Way West to augment its facilities…Continue Reading.


It isn’t nearly finished, but Grandview Yard already is making a big impact. The number of people living in Grandview Heights grew by the largest percentage among all Franklin County cities last year, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released…Continue Reading.


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