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Surging demand driving AmplifyBio expansion in Greater Columbus


AmplifyBio will create 263 jobs and spend $150 million on a new building in New Albany as part of an expansion of its Greater Columbus operations.

A young biotechnology contract research organization is expanding its Greater Columbus operations by creating 263 jobs and building a 350,000-square-foot operation in New Albany that will cost $150 million.

AmplifyBio said it will create 132 jobs at the new building at 9885 Innovation Campus Way and 99 others at its existing West Jefferson location on a 30-acre campus at 1425 Plain-City Georgesville Road. The remaining corporate jobs will be added at a site to be determined later.

The company one was one of six to receive approval Monday for state tax incentives from the Ohio Tax Credit Authority.

The projects will create 1,281 jobs and retain 747 statewide and result in $185 million in new investment in Ohio.

Battelle spun out AmplifyBio as a gene therapy startup a year ago, setting up shop on Battelle’s West Jefferson campus.

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