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Axium Invests $45 Million in New Recycling Facility

Axium Packaging, one of the first businesses to invest in the New Albany International Business Park’s Personal Care and Beauty Campus, is investing an additional $45 million to build a state-of-the-art recycling facility here. The new operation, Vertix, plans to recycle and convert 50 million pounds of plastic into

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Elliot’s Wood-Fired Kitchen Opens on Main Street

New Albany residents got an early Christmas present when Aldi, one of America’s fastest growing retail grocery chains, officially opened to the public following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on December 22 at 9895 Johnstown Road in New Albany. With a curated collection of ALDI-exclusive brands as well as organic products and

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City Begins Work at Taylor Farm Park

New Albany is about to begin the first phase of transforming the 100-acre Taylor Farm into a destination park for nature lovers. Taylor Farm Park will preserve and showcase 34 acres of forested wetlands that are home to a range of waterfowl as well as native plant species. Phase one,

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Facebook Expands Investment to $1.5 Billion Here

Citing local support and infrastructure, Meta, the parent company of Facebook, announced plans to expand its New Albany Data Center by two buildings, bringing the company’s total investment in the community to $1.5 billion. The company thanked local and statewide partners, specifically the City of New Albany, for its

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City Launches Latest Economic Development Website

The New Albany Community Development Department has launched a new website to provide the information and resources that existing and prospective businesses need to grow their presence here. The Incentives & Development section includes all local, regional and state incentives as well as links to development services that streamline planning

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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 …

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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 …

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Family-Owned Eagles Pizza Celebrates 50th

Widely known for its wafer-thin crust, house-tossed dough, square pieces and its hands-on owners, Eagles Villa Pizza, 2 N. High Street, is celebrating 50 years of business in New Albany. Since the pizzeria opened in 1971, the community has grown from a small village to a city of 11,000. …

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Smart Columbus Debuts Pivot Navigation App

With an ever-increasing range of transportation options, Pivot, a new navigation app makes it easy to find the best way to get around central Ohio. The app features local transit options that include COTA buses, ride-hail, bikes, scooters and more. Download Pivot on the Apple App Store and Google Play …

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Tech Businesses Join Innovate New Albany

Two new startups co-founded by New Albany residents, DAtAnchor and Wright Stuff Aircraft Dispatcher School, now call Innovate New Albany their home office. DAtAnchor, founded by New Albany resident Emre Koksal, PhD, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at The Ohio State University, uses its novel crypto-technology to allow …

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