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.
A new office building is in the works in New Albany as available commercial office space remains nearly totally leased. The city approved a final development plan last week for a two-story, 44,250-square-foot building next to the Walton Office building…Continue Reading.
The New Albany International Business Park will add 70 jobs, thanks to an expansion of one of its manufacturing businesses. PharmaForce Inc., a privately held pharmaceutical research-and-development and manufacturing company, will expand at 6610 New Albany Road East in the…Continue Reading.
Think Central Ohio is growing like gangbusters? U.S. Census data bears out that perception. In a comparison of 2000 Census counts and 2016 population estimates, 24 of the 25 cities in Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, Madison, Pickaway and Union counties…Continue Reading.
Health insurer Aetna plans to add 350 jobs in central Ohio as part of an expansion in New Albany. The Ohio Tax Credit Authority on Monday approved state tax incentives for the project, which includes retaining 957 jobs in New…Continue Reading.
Facebook has chosen to build a new data center in the New Albany International Business Park. The company plans to invest $750 million to construct a 970,000-square-foot facility powered by 100 percent renewable energy. The project, the company’s tenth data…Continue Reading.
A new event center is opening its doors in New Albany. The Estate at New Albany, a 15,000-square-foot event venue, opened its doors for business this month at 5216 Forest Dr. The venue is the third for the Brooks family,…Continue Reading.
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.