The New Albany Company:
Community Builders

The New Albany Company began with a simple, yet audacious idea: Build a community – not just another housing development or subdivision – but an entire community where the enduring traditions of 19th century towns create harmony between the buildings and the land and a distinctive sense of place for those who live and work there. Inspired by the great country communities of the world, international retail visionary Les Wexner and business and civic leader Jack Kessler did just that. 

New Albany is…

  • a nationally-recognized master planned community surrounded by meadows, woodlands and waterways.
  • a business climate with an entrepreneurial spirit that drives commerce in a 4,000-acre Business Park.
  • stately Georgian architecture in an understated palette.
  • pedestrian-friendly amenities that encourage interaction.
  • a village square with a library, healthy living center, arts center, restaurants and shops.
  • a nationally-ranked school system on a 200-acre learning community campus.
  • connected neighborhoods with parks and over 36 miles of leisure trails.

New in New Albany:

Amgen breaks ground on $365 million New Albany plant

The California-based biotech firm Amgen plans to break ground Friday on a $365-million packaging plant in New Albany. For the firm's CEO, Bob Bradway, the move represents a homecoming. Although he is now based in Southern California, Bradway grew up in Upper Arlington and graduated from Columbus Academy in 1981…Continue Reading at The Columbus Dispatch  Continue Reading

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