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Corporate Cluster Attracts Global Players, Game Changers and Innovators
From its pedestrian-friendly Market Square with restaurants, cafes and shops to its large expanses of technology-ready, shovel-ready sites and 50+ miles of leisure trails, it’s easy to see why New Albany is a popular choice for corporate headquarters. Now, a new video about the New Albany International Business Park’s Corporate...
New Air Route, Amenities Cater to Local Businesses
With Home2Suites joining the Courtyard by Marriott and Hampton Suites in the city, New Albany now has an abundance of hotel space that caters to corporate clients. In addition to business-centric hotels, the Estate at New Albany, on five acres adjacent to the hotels, and Noah’s Event Space on East...
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...