With $20 billion from Intel, Ohio in mix to become US semiconductor manufacturing cluster

October 30th, 2023

Ohio, already a $20 billion winner with Intel’s decision to build two factories near Columbus, is in the running to become one of two semiconductor manufacturing clusters being developed as part of the federal CHIPS Act, according to U.S. Commerce Department officials. Read more at The Columbus Dispatch

Amgen’s New Albany Biopharma Packaging Plant Now Open

October 29th, 2023

Amgen Inc.’s biopharmaceutical processing and packaging plant in New Albany is open and already hired 240 of an expected 400 employees, executives told Columbus Business First.

The plant was licensed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start production in January, according to Amgen’s (Nasdaq: AMGN) annual report. Two lines are running, said Sandra Rodriguez Toledo, vice president of site operations for Amgen Ohio. Read more at Columbus Business First

DSV groundbreaking kickstarts New Albany Tech Park development

October 18th, 2023

The tech park sits on 500 acres and can accommodate multiple buildings totaling 6 million square feet. Read more at Columbus Business First.

Amazon Web Services to invest $3.5 billion on data operations in Central Ohio

September 20th, 2023

Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of, is set to build five new data centers in New Albany.

As part of the agreement, the tech giant has announced it will spend $3.5 billion by 2030 in the Columbus suburb. On Tuesday, the New Albany City Council approved a resolution that allows the project to move forward.

The new data centers will support computer servers, networking equipment and the AWS technology that helps people connect with each other, stream entertainment and play video games. Read more at Spectrum News…

New Albany International Business Park continues to grow after 25 years. Here’s what is in the pipeline.

September 18th, 2023

“Twenty-five years ago this was a cornfield — today, we’re fighting cancer and disease in New Albany,” Jen Chrysler said. Read more at Columbus Business First

New Albany Company Shares Details on Johnstown Gateway Development

August 25th, 2023

The 407-acre project could yield as many as 1,220 multifamily units, as well as data centers, retail, restaurants, manufacturing, warehousing, office and more. Read more at Columbus Business First

Columbus CEO Special Section: New Albany Suburban Growth

July 31st, 2023

This suburb northeast of Columbus, Ohio, is known for its charm but is increasingly becoming a hotbed of business growth, thanks in large part to the New Albany International Business Park. But there’s much more to its success than the $20 billion Intel development. Learn more, and find out why the city is a great place to work and raise a family, in this Special Advertising Section from the Summer 2023 issue of Columbus CEO magazine.

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Columbus adds more construction jobs than all but two U.S. cities with Intel, OSU projects

July 10th, 2023

Central Ohio gained 6,100 construction jobs over the past year, more than almost any other U.S. city, as Intel, Ohio State University and other projects keep the local hammers swinging.

Read more at The Newark Advocate

Axium invests $45 million in new facility, buys 83 acres for future expansion in New Albany

December 7th, 2022

The company has quietly grown into one of Central Ohio’s largest employers, as it continues to expand at what is now its headquarters in New Albany. Read more at Columbus Business First…

New Albany lands $1 billion data center project from out-of-state company making first investment in Ohio

September 6th, 2022

New Albany is becoming synonymous with big tech thanks to a growing number of projects from the likes of Intel, Facebook, Google and Amazon. Another out-of-state company is taking notice. Read more at Columbus Business First

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