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.