Category: Business Park Updates

Biden to Visit New Albany for Intel Groundbreaking

Following the signing of the CHIPS Act, President Joe Biden announced plans to attend the upcoming Intelgroundbreaking ceremony, according to a recently released White House memo. No date has been set, but road construction and land preparation has already begun on the first two state-of-the-art chip manufacturing factories at

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CHIPS Passage Bolsters Intel’s Plans

The historic CHIPS Act — Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors — will not only help New Albany, the Columbus Region and Ohio, it will help to create “a new epicenter for advanced chipmaking in the U.S. that will bolster Intel’s domestic lab-to-fab pipeline and strengthen Ohio’s leadership in research

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Local Leaders Rank Among CBF’s Most Admired

Red Roof President George Limbert and Lower CTO Bill Kaper were recently recognized among Columbus Business First’s 2022 list of most admired executives in central Ohio. The C-Suite Awards were determined by a vote of the publication’s peers. Columbus Business First accepted nominations for top CEOs, president/COOs, CFOs, CIO/CTOs, CMOs

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Mount Carmel New Albany Adds Mammography Unit

Mammograms are now available at the Mount Carmel New Albany Women’s Health Center, 7333 Smith’s Mill Road. Its state-of-the-art digital mammogram units provide the capabilities to manipulate films for better focus, zoom in and out and adjust contrast for clearer viewing. The results are read and interpreted by fellowship-trained radiologists.

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City Receives Funding for Opioid Addiction Programs

New Albany will receive $71,709 as part of the OneOhio Opioid Settlement fund. In March, the city signed the OneOhio memorandum of understanding to jointly approach settlement negotiations with opioid drug manufacturers and distributors. The city has received the first installation of $3,077 and will continue to receive funding for

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Learn How City Planning Impacts Health

How are city planning and public health related? How can the built environment impact community health? What strategies are local city planners using to foster a healthier New Albany? The Heit Center’s “Ask The Expert” latest program, “How Does City Planning Impact Community Health? A Look at How the Built

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Register Now for Co-Ed Volleyball League

Registration is open through October 9 for New Albany Parks & Recreation’s co-ed winter volleyball league for adults 18 and over. Recreational and competitive players are invited to participate in league games which take place at the New Albany Middle School gymnasium. The winter session begins October 11. Games are

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Tickets on Sale for 10th New Albany Lecture Series

Tickets are on sale for the New Albany Community Foundation’s New Albany Lecture Series which kicks-off its 10th anniversary season on October 18 with Deepak Chopra, MD, a pioneer in integrative medicine and best-selling author, addressing a sold-out crowd. Tickets are available for future lectures from international experts in fields

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Developers Plan Multi-Use Tech & Distribution Park

A joint venture between Lincoln Property Company and Harrison Street announced the acquisition of a 190-acre site in the New Albany International Business Park to construct a multi-use technology and distribution park for data centers and industrial users and operators. The Silicon Heartland Innovation Park, adjacent to Intel’s planned 1,000-acre

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Chamber Presents New Albany Community Update

The New Albany Chamber of Commerce will host its annual New Albany Community Update luncheon from 11:30 am to 1 pm, on Thursday, September 15 at The Estate at New Albany. The highly anticipated event provides a unique opportunity to hear New Albany community leaders recap the past year and

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Innovate New Albany Adds New Co-Working App

Innovate New Albany now offers co-working options and meeting space rentals through the Deskpass App. Deskpass’ growing network includes thousands of coworking spaces in 11 countries and 124 cities. Innovate New Albany features 7,000 square feet of coworking space, conference rooms, business development support and more in the New

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Ohio TechCred Training Grants Available

Applications are being accepted through July 29 for the latest round of Ohio TechCred grants to cover the cost of technology-focused training programs for employees. Ohio’s TechCred Program gives employers the chance to upskill current and future employees in today’s tech-infused economy. Employers who submit successful applications will be reimbursed

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Denison, SBCD and SEA Change Offer Trainings

Denison University is offering local New Albany employees a 25 percent discount, discount code: DE25, on registration fees for its Denison Edge Leadership Edge fall programs ranging from business analytics and account to marketing and logistics. All programs take place from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at the Edge’s downtown headquarters.

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Increase in Truck Traffic Expected on Mink Street

The City anticipates an increase in traffic along Mink Road during the months of July and August as initial work begins in preparation for construction of Intel’s recently announced investment in two state-of-the-art chip manufacturing factories on a nearly 1,000-acre site in New Albany. Miller Road, east of Clover Valley

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Police Department Offers Rape Defense Course

Women employees in New Albany can register for the New Albany Police Department’s summer Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course or local companies can have the RAD program taught on site for ten employees or more. Topics include home safety, travel safety, situational awareness, and physical defense against sexual assaults. The

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