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Spec Building Projects Underscore Park’s Appeal

“The industrial market in New Albany continues to attract top brands looking for premier logistics and distribution space. We are thrilled that Takeya USA chose this building in New Albany.”

                                                                                    Phil Rasey, Vice President, VanTrust 

New Albany International Business Park continues to attract new speculative building projects to meet growing …


Google Commits $1 Billion to Park Expansion

Google, one of the top three global leaders in the information technology industry, has announced plans to invest $1 billion to expand its New Albany data center operations. In 2019, Google broke ground on a $600 million data center complex on 441 acres of land off of Beech Road. The …


Columbus Monthly Spotlights New Albany

From its pedestrian-friendly Village Center, expanding cultural and recreational options and A-rated schools to the New Albany International Business Park, a Columbus Monthly Suburban Section puts the spotlight on the city’s many assets and accomplishments. Learn why 24/7 Wall Street recognized New Albany as the best city to live in …


Google Commits $1 Billion to New Albany Expansion

Google, one of the top three global leaders in the information technology industry, has announced plans to invest $1 billion to expand its New Albany data center operations. In 2019, Google broke ground on a $600 million data center complex, its first in the city, on 441 acres of land …


Speculative Building Projects Underscore Park’s Appeal

New Albany International Business Park continues to attract new speculative building projects to meet growing market demand. Tenby Partners and Oakridge Development have formed a joint venture to invest $6.75 million to develop a 130,000-square-foot facility. Scannell Properties is also planning its first development here, a $30 million investment in …