News and Releases

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…Continue Reading.

New Albany’s International Business Park is gaining another speculative industrial building on the northwest corner of Innovation Campus Way and Harrison Road. A joint venture of Tenby Partners and Oakridge Development broke ground on a 130,000-square-foot project at 9360 Innovation Campus…Continue Reading.

This is my first New Albany community update in a long while, and I wanted to begin by saying I sincerely hope you and your family are healthy and doing well. It’s been truly inspiring to watch our community come…Continue Reading.

Posted on Jul 13, 2021

Biotech firm to invest $365 million, create 400 jobs Amgen one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies, is expanding its U.S.-based manufacturing footprint with plans to build a new, final product advanced assembly plant in New Albany near Columbus. The new greenfield facility…Continue Reading.

Columbus, Ohio – Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGN), one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies, announced today its plans to invest $365 million to build a new manufacturing facility in New Albany, Ohio, creating 400 new jobs upon opening. The facility will feature…Continue Reading.

The biotechnology company Amgen plans to build a $365 million pharmaceutical factory in New Albany that will employ 400 workers. The Ohio Tax Credit Authority Monday approved a state tax credit for the project in the New Albany International Business Park, near…Continue Reading.

Biotechnology giant Amgen Inc. plans to build a $365 million pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging facility in New Albany, creating 400 jobs over the next six years. Construction is expected to begin this fall on the 270,000-square-foot facility in the city’s…Continue Reading.

New Albany, mid-1990s. The affluent suburb was nine years into development under a master plan that was the vision of Les Wexner and partner Jack Kessler. For years, retail magnate Wexner had purchased land with a dream of building a…Continue Reading.

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News inducts a new class in its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. This year, we are running these profiles online. We look today at the busy career of William (Bill) Ebbing, president of…Continue Reading.

“Places of value stand out among all places in the world. They’re recognizable. They leave a mark and an imprint in the memory. And that difference makes all the difference.” — Jaquelin T. Robertson New Albany’s distinctive architectural identity is the…Continue Reading.

Proud supporters of the Columbus 2020 Regional Growth Strategy