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New Albany’s Market Square will add another 79,000 square feet of commercial development near its downtown, with a redevelopment of the Duke & Duchess gas station and convenience store along East Dublin-Granville Road between Main Street and South High Street,…Continue Reading.


Google has broken ground on its $600 million data center in New Albany, joining fellow tech giants Amazon and Facebook with centers in the Columbus suburb…Read full article at dispatch.com


Stack Infrastructure, the Infomart Data Centers and Digital Realty alumni-led wholesale data center provider launched early this year, is expanding into the quickly emerging hyperscale market in New Albany, Ohio. The company announced this week acquisition of an existing data…Continue Reading.


Dozens of businesses have decided to call New Albany home, happily. Read more.


VeloScience Bike Works, a destination for cycling equipment, accessories and service, currently occupies the space that will become Whit’s Frozen Custard. The popular merchant opened at Market Square in October 2012 and quickly became the go-to destination for top brands…Continue Reading.


[New Albany, Ohio] May 6, 2019 – New Albany’s town center continues to evolve as a destination for shopping, dining and leisure activities. Recent additions like Fox in the Snow, 3 Minute Fitness, Truluck PetPeople and Freshii are drawing residents…Continue Reading.


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.


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