NEW ALBANY, Ohio – The New Albany City Council unanimously approved the annexation and redevelopment of more than 1,600 acres of land for the Intel project at its meeting Tuesday.

The land comes from the town of Jersey, located in the area of ​​Green Chapel Road, west of Mink Street and north of Jug Street.

In late 2021, the property owner asked to attach the land to New Albany for commercial development.

The New Albany City Council also approved the owner’s request to redevelop 1,689 acres of agricultural and technological manufacturing area.

The resonance zone includes 75 facilities located within the Liking County of New Albany International Business Park.

The Intel project is expected to create 3,000 jobs.

Construction on the ground begins this year and should be completed in 2025.

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