During the 2013 edition of Columbus Business First’s annual Commercial Developers Power Breakfast on Feb. 20, officials are expected to spotlight the New Albany Business Park as a growing economic engine in the Central Ohio area.
In making the announcement in January, officials cited the park’s robust growth in recent years – even amid a sluggish economic climate.
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The Power Breakfast will be held February 20 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Columbus.
Leading up to this event, I thought I would tell you a little bit about the New Albany Business Park to give you a sense of why it was selected to be featured at the Power Breakfast.
Considered the largest master-planned corporate business park in the state, the New Albany Business Park sits on more than 3,000 acres and was designed to inspire workers.
The business park offers large and small enterprises the use of their broadband network New Albany Net, which is considered one of the most powerful networks in the country.
This 96-strand fiber network connected businesses to research and education intuitions all over the world.
The business park also features a convenient network of roads that allows for easy access to buildings throughout the park.
For instance, three interchanges help disperse traffic throughout the park so that there is not a terrible traffic jam at rush hour.
All in all, the corporate business park in New Albany features four Innovation campuses, all of which were designed to inspire growth, creativity and collaboration.
It’s for these reasons and more that New Albany Business Park is considered a fantastic place to set up a business in Central Ohio.
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No doubt, the New Albany Business Park has helped bring plenty of jobs to the New Albany area.
We’ll be happy to let you know about available New Albany OH listings as well as answer any questions you may have about living here.
Until next time,
Kate & Tony