New Albany Council Approves Incentives for 3rd Amazon facility

Dec 18, 2019 | Posted by editor

Amazon Web Services appears once again to be expanding its footprint in New Albany.

The company now has three sites for data-center complexes in the city, with a total investment of $1.7 billion in the New Albany International Business Park, according to a fact sheet provided at the New Albany City Council meeting Dec. 17.

The company has purchased 112 acres to build a 170,000-square-foot data center with an investment of $400 million at the northeast corner of Beech Road and Jug Street, according to city spokesman Scott McAfee and the fact sheet.

Council on Dec. 17 voted 7-0 to offer Amazon a 100% real property-tax abatement for 15 years for the project at Beech Road and Jug Street, according to the legislative report.

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