The 2013 Economic Development Deal of the Year recognizes the locations and economic development agencies that landed the highest impact projects announced between July 1, 2012 and December 1, 2013. This year, the game-changing transformation of a former solar panel plant in Mesa, AZ into a new $1.5-billion manufacturing facility for tech giant Apple takes the top prize.
World-class infrastructure, a burgeoning energy sector and a cornucopia of available sites await expanding businesses looking for the perfect place to put down roots and nurture growth.
The Golden State has replaced its Enterprise Zone program with what it calls a “more modern” set of tools, including a bevy of new tax credits.
With this TEF investment, the company plans to establish a new facility in Austin to support its cloud-based health information technology services platform.
New program part of development strategy through S.O.A.R.; creates $2.6 million loan pool.
Alita USA Holdings has chosen Buffalo as the site of its new $102-million steel pipe plant, which will supply natural gas drilling operations in the multi-state Marcellus shale formation.
When its Indianapolis facility reaches full production by the end of the year, it will operate more than 25 automatic and manual presses.
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New Iberia project will result in more than 150 new direct and indirect jobs while retaining more than 1,700 employees statewide.
States from coast to coast have put in mega-bids to try to land Boeing’s 777X assembly line.