New Albany News

Google Plans $600 Million Data Center in New Albany
New Albany is gearing up to welcome another multinational technology company to its fast-growing Information Technology cluster. Google, one of the industry’s leading innovators, has acquired a 447-acre site in the New Albany International Business Park where it plans to invest $600 million to build a state-of-the-art data center. The...
How New Albany “Gets” Business
Among the many attributes that set New Albany apart in its business attraction efforts is a commitment to collaboration and public/private partnerships that fuels continuous improvement in its service delivery. The city offers efficient customer service, 25% faster permitting than competing communities, technology- and shovel-ready sites pre-zoned for business and...
Park’s IT Cluster Among City’s Fastest Growing
With data centers and mission-critical facilities, ranging from Facebook, Nationwide, Motorists Insurance and Discover Financial to TJX, AEP and, soon, Google, the Information and Technology cluster accounts for $2.8 billion in private investment in the New Albany International Business Park. As data centers continue to play a central role as...
Millions of Viewers Watch Foundation’s Jefferson Series
Excerpts from New Albany Community Foundation’s Jefferson Series were featured on CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS, a program that reaches 25 million people worldwide. Zakaria, CNN host and Washington Post columnist, moderated a national security town hall at the McCoy Center with Stephen Hadley, former U.S. National Security Advisor; Gen. Michael Hayden, former...
Chamber Recognizes Delta Award Winning Companies
The New Albany Chamber of Commerce recently recognized businesses, individuals and a program with its Delta Award for excellence and innovation in business practices and community involvement. The 2018 Delta award winners include Outstanding Large Business, American Electric Power; Outstanding Medium Business, Anomatic Corporation; Outstanding Small Business, Eagles Pizza; Outstanding...