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Intel is leading the charge with new investments pouring into the Columbus area. Plans for a $20 billion semiconductor plant are expected to create 20,000 jobs.
Intel has announced plans for a $20 billion investment in two semiconductor factories in Licking county, which is expected to have profound impacts on the surrounding area.
Staq Pharma, a pharma packing startup that recently closed a Series C funding round, announced plans to build a $50 million plant in the Columbus area.
A Southern California-based company, Hyperion Companies, has plans to invest $300 million in a Columbus plant to manufacture hydrogen fuel cell cars.
Stonehenge Companies have announced a new plan to redevelop a historic shoe factory site. The development would have about 100 apartments in the Brewery District.
Wood Companies has proposed a 12 story mixed-use development in the Victorian Village.
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