Category: New Albany in the News

Thank You to All that Connect Us in New Albany

Joseph Stefanov, New Albany City Manager

The new year is a good time to reflect upon all that we, as a community, have accomplished and, most importantly, thank those whose support, participation and collaboration enabled our success.

A tremendous amount of our growth results from our highly engaged residents. Through


Planning Builds Capacity to Achieve Our Vision

New Albany Community Development Director Jennifer Chrysler explains the critical role that strategic planning has played in the city’s successful economic development strategy in This Week New Albany.

The intrinsic relationship between strategic planning and economic development is essential to New Albany’s recent success in attracting industry leaders in information


Lower Earns Stadium Naming Rights, Workplace Praise

Lower, a fast-growing fintech mortgage lending and refinancing company, is on a roll. The company, located at 8131 Smith’s Mill Road, has grown to nearly 1,000 employees at its headquarters here. It recently earned naming rights to the new downtown Columbus Crew Stadium which will be known as …


ATG Seeks Input on Restart of Business Travel

ATG, a global business travel management company with a proprietary global technology travel platform, wants businesses’ input on future travel plans for their employees as the Covid-19 pandemic winds down and Europe and other parts of the world reopen. The survey is anonymous, but participants who provide contact information will …


New Albany Chamber Offers Implicit Bias Training

The New Albany Chamber’s year-long Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Trainings continue this month with program with a program on Implicit Bias on April 15.  The virtual training session, facilitated by the city of Columbus’ Citywide Training & Development division, is an interactive course exploring types of implicit bias, the effects …


Data Center Investment Here Boosts Ohio’s Ranking

When Ohio clinched the number one spot in Site Selection magazine’s Governor’s Cup annual rankings for total projects per capita, New Albany had three of the top 25 projects that catapulted the state to success. Facebook’s $1 billion investment as well as new projects by Google and Amazon were cited …


How New Albany Successfully Competes to Win Business

The success of the 4,200-acre New Albany International Business Park is no accident. This suburb of 10,000 residents successfully competes against major cities thanks to a master plan that leverages public-private partnerships to prioritize the services and amenities that enhance quality of life and quality of work. Read More


Public Participation Is Key to City’s Strategic Plan Update

This month, the city of New Albany kicks off its latest strategic-plan update, Engage New Albany, a process that will involve the entire community in cultivating a shared vision for the future designed to improve our quality of life and protect investment for the long term. Read More


PharmaForce Expanding Operations in Business Park

Daiichi-Sankyo Co., Ltd., the parent company of American Regents, formerly PharmaForce, Inc., has made the largest investment the international pharmaceutical enterprise’s history in New Albany, nearly doubling its R&D and manufacturing operations. READ MORE


Why New Albany is One of the Best Suburbs in the U.S.

Despite its growth, New Albany’s commitment to lifelong learning, environmental and economic sustainability, healthy living and arts and culture remains at the heart of everything it does. A recent Columbus Monthly Special Edition sheds light on New Albany’s extraordinary evolution and why it is “One of the Best Suburbs in


Facebook Builds One of World’s Most Advanced Data Centers in New Albany

Facebook Chooses New Albany International Business Park to Build One of the Most Advanced Data Centers in the World

Facebook has chosen to build a new data center in the New Albany International Business Park. The company plans to invest $750 million to construct a 970,000-square-foot facility powered by 100 …