Dublin sees tech future for West Innovation District, modeled after Research Triangle Park

Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.

Written by Evan Weese.

Four decades after Dublin earmarked some rural land west of Route 33 for a research-and-development park, groundwork has been laid for what the city hopes will become one of Central Ohio’s most technologically advanced commercial districts.

The West Innovation District’s 1,100 acres of shovel-ready greenfield is populated by anchor Ohio University and its growing medical campus – influenced by the nearby Dublin Methodist Hospital – along with Swedish food and beverage giant Nestle S.A. and computer software and hardware developer Command Alkon.

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Originally published February 13, 2015.

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